Miguel Alberto Gomez
Miguel Alberto Gomez is a Senior Researcher at the Center for Security Studies (CSS) at ETH Zurich. He holds a Masters degree in International Security from the Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals and is currently completing his doctoral studies externally at the Universität Hildesheim. He was a lecturer at both the De La Salle University and the College of St. Benilde in the Philippines and has worked in the information security industry before joining academia.
His area of research is centered around cybersecurity. Specifically, he is interested in the strategic use of cyberspace as an instrument of national power and the cognitive and affective factors that influence decision-making in this domain.
call_madeGomez, Miguel Alberto (2019) ‘Sound the Alarm! Updating Beliefs and Degradative Cyber Operations’, European Journal of International Security 4, 2: 190-208.
call_madeGomez, Miguel Alberto (2013) 'Identifying Cyber Strategies vis-à-vis Cyber Power', World Cyberspace Cooperation Summit IV.
call_madeGomez, Miguel Alberto (2013) 'Awaken the Cyber Dragon: China’s Cyber Strategy and Its Impact on ASEAN', Journal of Communication and Computer 10, 2013: 796-805.
call_madeGomez, Miguel Alberto (2012) 'Investigating the Negative Effects of Virtual Economic Integration', 2nd International Conference on International Relations and Development.