Alexandre Perlier addresses the question of cross-sectoral collaboration when dealing with cybersecurity threats and observes the potential increase in efficiency if the private and public sectors were to cooperate in the cyber world.
Author: Alexandre Perlier
Alexandre Perlier graduated from Queen’s University with an Honours BA in Political Science in December 2017. He holds the position of Junior Research Fellow for the Emerging Security Program at the NATO Association of Canada and is currently working for Global Affairs Canada as a Briefing Officer for the Executive Briefing, Visits and Litigation Division of the Corporate Secretariat. In the future, Alexandre intends on pursuing either an MGA at the University of Toronto or an MPP at Sciences Po Paris come September 2018. While he has studied French, Canadian, UK, Chinese, European, and Middle Eastern politics in the past, Alexandre focused his degree at Queen’s on International Relations with Canada at the centre of it. This has given him a precise understanding of Canada’s interests abroad, as well as growing and enduring global issues. His career aspirations are to work in governmental or international affairs. He can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on LinkedIn.