Zoë Brammer

Cyber and Information Operations Senior Analyst

Zoë Brammer

Zoë Brammer is a Cyber and Information Operations Senior Analyst at the Institute for Security and Technology. Her portfolio includes research on digital systems and democracy, the future of digital security, ransomware, cryptocurrency, and Web3. She explores the underlying infrastructure of the Internet, its impact on human cognition, its evolution into Web3, and the resulting implications for human and cyber security.

Zoë holds BAs in International Relations and Economics from Clark University, and completed the general course at the London School of Economics. She has had her work published in Tech Policy Press, “Security and Society in the Information Age”, Inkstick Media, and the NatSpecs Blog.

From our Library

Reports

Mapping the Ransomware Payment Ecosystem: A Comprehensive Visualization of the Process and Participants

Zoë Brammer

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Op-ed

Democracy Gone Digital: The Election Season Online

Zoë Brammer and Philip Reiner

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Reports

Digital Tools, Cognition, and Democracy: A Review of the Literature

Zoë Brammer, Sage Miller, Leah Walker

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Reports

Shortcutting Critical Thinking

Leah Walker and Zoë Brammer

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Reports

Modulating Trust

Leah Walker and Zoë Brammer

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Reports

Exploiting Emotions

Leah Walker and Zoë Brammer

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