Scott Shackelford serves on the faculty of Indiana University where he teaches cybersecurity law and policy, sustainability, and international business law among other courses. He is a senior fellow at the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research as well as a National Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution and a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations. A graduate of Stanford Law School and the University of Cambridge, he has written more than seventy articles, essays, and book chapters that have been published in outlets such as the American Business Law Journal, University of Illinois Law Review, the American University Law Review, and the Wisconsin Law Review. Professor Shackelford has also written a book on cybersecurity law and policy entitled MANAGING CYBER ATTACKS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW, BUSINESS, AND RELATIONS: IN SEARCH OF CYBER PEACE published by Cambridge University Press, while his research has been covered by National Public Radio, The Atlantic Wire, Politico, and Newsweek. Both Professor Shackelford’s academic work and teaching have been recognized with awards, including a Fulbright Award in law, Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study Distinguished Fellowship, Academy of Legal Studies in Business Outstanding Paper Award, Stanford Law School Steven Block Civil Liberties Award for Writing on Civil Rights, Indiana University Trustees’ Teaching Award for Excellence, Kelley School of Business Innovative Teaching Award, and the Campus Sustainability Award for Teaching Excellence. He was also the recipient of the 2014 Indiana University Outstanding Junior Faculty Award. A frequent speaker to a variety of audiences, Professor Shackelford has presented his research on cybersecurity at diverse forums ranging from the Prime Minister and Cabinet Office of the Government of Australia to NATO and the Harvard Business Review.