Amit Elazari

Lecturer and Doctoral Law Candidate, UC Berkeley
Amit is a doctoral law candidate at Berkeley Law, one of the world’s leading institutions in law and technology, a Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity Grantee, and a lecturer at UC Berkeley’s School of Information Master in Cybersecurity program. Her work on cybersecurity policy, privacy, and Intellectual Property has been published in leading journals and presented in top conferences including USENIX Enigma, USENIX Security, DEF CON (Skytalks), RSA, BlackHat, and Privacy. Security. Risk. 2018 (IAPP). Amit’s work in the area of bug bounties legalese has sparked an industry change as well as collaborative processes towards the standardization of bug bounty terms.