As a current Master of Information and Data Science student at UC Berkeley's School of Information, Michael Steckler is fascinated with the intersection of data science, human design, and policy approaches to addressing cyber risk-related challenges. He comes to Technology for Global Security with previous experience as a Cybersecurity Fellow for the City & County of San Francisco, where he helped the Chief Information Security Officer implement Cybersecurity requirements throughout SF’s 54 departments. He has also collaborated with the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity, the Mozilla Corporation, and Tactical Tech to educate the public on data and digital privacy. Michael holds an Economics B.A. with a minor in Public Policy and a Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Technology from the University of California, Berkeley. While pursuing both of his degrees, he has presided on the Cal Alumni Association’s Board of Directors, taught Microeconomics with Professors Maximilian Auffhammer and Daniel Acland, and has served as a Program Manager with the Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology.