PhD candidate (extern)
Marco is a Ph.D. Candidate at Leiden University Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs
Marco Romagna is a criminologist and expert in cyber criminality and criminal law, lecturer and researcher for the Centre of Expertise Cyber Security within The Hague University of Applied Sciences (THUAS).
His research activities focus on Cybercrime, Criminology, Cyber Security and Criminal Law, mainly considering the transnational and organised dimension of crime and the international comparative legal approach.
Before starting at THUAS he worked for the Cyber Security Academy (University Leiden-TU Delft-THUAS), Eurojust and Nike. He has an LLM in Law (Trento University) and a MA in Global Criminology (Utrecht University). He recently started his PhD at Leiden University investigating hacktivism.
The title of his investigation is:
Hacktivism: Serious threat or honorable cause?
Investigation of socio-criminological, ICT and legal aspects of hacktivism.