Before joining AnotherDay, Sneha was a Research Fellow at RUSI in cyber security and technology, leading on projects for the UK Government, philanthropic foundations and private sector organisations. She has produced several influential research papers investigating major cyber policy issues from national cyber security strategy to cyber capacity building. This includes working with international stakeholders, leading large consortiums of researchers in various projects made up of interdisciplinary backgrounds. She has also contributed to several publications, made appearances on radio and TV, chaired public events, and spoken at high profile events and conferences on cyber policy issues.
Prior to RUSI, Sneha was a Research Associate at Forrester Research working on digital strategy in financial services, gaining an understanding of technology that underpins banking. Sneha was also a Research Assistant at the Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy at University College London, mapping UK cyber policy governance. She is also in the process of becoming an Aspen Institute Young Leaders Fellow which includes networking with some of the most influential young leaders around the world.
Sneha’s interests in cyber security and technology include global internet governance and responsible state behaviour online, emerging technologies such as AI and machine learning, and global technology supply chains. In particular, she is interested in the intersection of cyber security and wider policy and global issues such as climate change. At AnotherDay, Sneha will examine a large range of global technology and cyber security issues, combining her skills in research with an understanding of business needs to support our clients in understanding and mitigating their cyber exposure.