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dr Dominika Dziwisz

dr Dominika Dziwisz

Position

Assistant Professor at the Department of National Security of the Jagiellonian University

Vice-Director of International Relations and Area Studies programme (IRAS), Faculty of International and Political Studies, Jagiellonian University

Member of the Faculty Didactic Commission, Faculty of International and Political Studies, Jagiellonian University

Education/Degrees

2014, PhD in Political Science, Institute of Political Studies and International Relations, Jagiellonian University, Krakow;

2009, MA in International Relations, Institute of Political Studies and International Relations, Jagiellonian University, Krakow;

2006, MA in Marketing and Management, specialization in Public Administration, Faculty of Management and Social Communication, Jagiellonian University, Krakow

2003/2004, Bordeaux Business School (BBS), 2nd semester of MGA Studies (SOKRATES/ERASMUS grant for studies), Bordeaux, France

Scholarships/Fellowships

2012, scientific internship, The Advanced Methods of Cooperative Security, Center for International and Security Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, Washington D.C. (National Science Centre (NCN) funding, 2011/01/N/HS5/01393)

Membership in Learned Associations

Polish International Studies Association  (PTSM)

Expertise

Critical Information Infrastructure Protection, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, Tallinn, Estonia, November 2016.

Resistance Operations Workshop, Joint Special Operations University, Krakow,November 2017.

Cyber Security: A Matter of National Security or Law Enforcement? Government Responsibility vs. Corporate Governance Liability, 1st Roundtable on Cyber Security - 2015 Series, Prague Security Studies Institute, Prague, June 2015.

Cyber Security: Risk Mitigation - A Cost of Protection and Insurance, 2nd Roundtable on Cyber Security - 2015 Series, Prague Security Studies Institute, Prague,  September 2015.

Cyber Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection, 3rd Roundtable on Cyber Security - 2015 Series, Prague Security Studies Institute, Prague, October 2015.

The Advanced Research Workshop, Strengthening Cybersecurity for Critical Infrastructure, NATO for Science for Peace and Security Program, Kiev, November 2014.

Courses taught (in English)

International Security Strategies

 Theories of War and Peace

Cybersecurity

International Security: Application and Analysis 

Intelectual Property Protection

IT Crisis Management

Tutorial

Research interests 

Cybersecurity - US cybersecurity policy, cyberwar, competition and cooperation in cyberspace, ICT infrastructure security

Data analysis, Big Data - possible violations of the right to privacy, construction and functioning of the Chinese Social Credit System (SCS), possibilities and consequences of transferring SCS elements to democratic countries

Current research

The impact of modern information technologies on the acceptability and risk of war

Sustainable Digital Growth - from Cyber ​​to Economic Security

Main publications

Monograhic books

A. Czubik, D. Dziwisz, E. Szczepankiewicz-Rudzka, M. Tarnawski, Nowewyzwaniadlaochronyprawczłowieka [New Challenges to the Protection of Human Rights], Kraków: Wyd. KsięgarniaAkademicka, 2017.

D. Dziwisz, StanyZjednoczone a międzynarodowebezpieczeństwocybernetyczne [USA and the International Cybersecurity], Krakow:Wyd. Sowa, 2015.

Collective volumes

Prawaczłowiekawobecwyzwańwspółczesnegoświata [Human Rights and the Challenges of the Modern World], ed. A. Czubik, D. Dziwisz, E. Szczepankiewicz-Rudzka, Krakow: Wyd. KsięgarniaAkademicka, 2019 (will be published in winter 2019)

Chapters in collective volume

„Chinese citizen assessment system - possibilities of the Social Credit System application in democratic countries”, in: A. Czubik, D. Dziwisz, E. Szczepankiewicz-Rudzka (ed.)Human Rights and the challenges of the modern world, Kraków: Ksiągarnia Akademicka, 2019 (will be published in winter 2019)

„Security of personal data in the Big Data era: limitations and dilemmas of the application of the "right to be forgotten", in: A. Gruszczak, P. Bajor (ed.), Between knowledge and power: on the relationship between information, knowledge and security, Kraków: KsięgarniaAkademicka, 2019, pp. 87-102.

„Algorithmic future: escape from freedom to the "default option", in: P. Szymczyk, K. Maciąg (ed.), Human in the age of technology - a review of current issues, Lublin:WydawnictwoNaukoweTygiel, 2018, pp. 56-57.

„The evaluation of Barack Obama's cybersecurity policy”, in: M. Górka, U. Soler (ed.), Selected determinants of security policy of the 20th century. Terrorism and cybersecurity, Poznan:  Media-Expo, 2017, pp. 237-259.

„Cyberintelligence: Chinese offence vs. American defence capabilities”, in: M. Górka (ed.) Intelligence and counterintelligence in international politics at the turn of the 20th and 21st century”, Warszawa: Difin, 2016, pp. 101-117. 

„The methodology of governing collaboration forums for critical infrastructure protection”, in: J. Świątkowska (ed.), Critical infrastructure security - the ICT Dimension, Krakow: Kosciuszko Institute, 2014, pp. 51-57.

„Tallinn Manual": an attempt to interpret international law for cyberspace”, in: R. Kłosowicz, B. Szlachta, J. J. Węc (ed.),Strategic dilemmas in the XXIst century: jubilee book dedicated to Professor Michael Chorośnicki in the occasion of the forthy years of scientific work, Krakow:KsięgarniaAkademicka, 2013, pp. 65-74. 


„Cyberwar and the United States cyberdefense strategy”, in: M. Chorośnickiet al. (ed.), The new strategies for the new century: the limits and possibilities of the regional and global integration, Kraków: KrakowskaOficynaNaukowa TEKST, 2013, pp. 513-524.

Articles in academic journals

„The future of the Internet - the Traps of Forecasting: the Internet of Things and Augmented Reality in a Military Context”, Teka of Political Science and International Relations, Lublin 2018, pp. 115-126.

 “Interview with Martin C. Libicki, PhD on cyber security policy-making”, National Security quarterly, II (26) 2013, National Security Bureau, Warszawa 2013, pp. 147-155.

„Cybersecurity: A New Priority in U.S. Defence Strategy?”,International Affairs, 3 (2011), The Polish Institute of International Affairs, Warszawa 2011, pp. 103-122.

„Cyber ​​terrorism - fiction or real threat?”,Politeja, 1 (13), Krakow 2010, pp. 455-472.

Participation in scientific conferences

III Jagiellonian Security Conference, Security systems: local, regional and global dimension, Jagiellonian University, Krakow,September 2019.

III Meeting of the Consortium of academic strategic study and national security departments, The crisis of the Atlantic security system, Jagiellonian University, Krakow May 2019.

The crisis of the modern security system: in search of a new international order, Lviv, April 2019.

Disinformation-Inspiration-Society, University of Bialystok, April 2018.

II Meeting of the Consortium of academic strategic study and national security departments, Information war (as a form of information diversion), University of Warsaw, April 2018.

Human rights and the challenges of the modern world, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, April 2018.

Security of personal data in cyberspace: opportunities, challenges, threats, Polish Naval Academy, Gdynia, February 2018.

Cyberspace as a new dimension of international space, UMCS, Lublin, November 2017.

II Jagiellonian Security Conference, Between knowledge and power : security in the era of information, Jagiellonian University, Krakow,September 2017.

[Cyber]Securing Ukrainian Energy Infrastructure, Casimir Pulaski Foundation, Warsaw, February 2016.

Cyber Security: A Matter of National Security or Law Enforcement? Government Responsibility vs. Corporate Governance Liability, 1st Roundtable on Cyber Security - 2015 Series, Prague Security Studies Institute, Prague, June 2015.

Cyber Security: Risk Mitigation - A Cost of Protection and Insurance, 2nd Roundtable on Cyber Security - 2015 Series, Prague Security Studies Institute, Prague,September 2015.

Cyber Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection, 3rd Roundtable on Cyber Security - 2015 Series, Prague Security Studies Institute, Prague, October 2015.

Knowledge dissemination

Cooperation with research institutions, among others participation in the preparation of the Critical Infrastructure Security report - the ICT Dimension, Kosciuszko Institute, Krakow 2014 and co-organization of The European Cybersecurity Forum - CYBERSEC (Krakow, September 2015);

Cooperation with the Casimir Pulaski Foundation in organizing the debate [Cyber] Securing Ukrainian Energy Infrastructure, Warsaw, February 2016.