EWI Cybersecurity Experts

EWI’s Worldwide Cybersecurity Initiative is made up of a diverse group of professionals, ranging from top government and military advisors to business and technical consultants.  If you are interested in contacting one of our cybersecurity experts, please e-mail us at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Karl F. Rauscher, EWI Chief Technology Officer and Distinguished Fellow.
Karl F. Rauscher leads EWI’s China-U.S bilateral process on fighting spam and the Russia-U.S bilateral on critical infrastructure protection. Rauscher was a key author of the IEEE study, Reliability of Global Undersea Communications Cable Insfrastructure (ROGUCCI). Prior to joining the EastWest Institute, Rauscher served as the Executive Director of the Bell Labs Network Reliability & Security Office of Alcatel-Lucent.
Areas of expertise: International priority communications policy; cyber conflict policy and rules of the road; cyber crime; trusted cybersecurity information sharing; ICT development supply chain integrity; worldwide cyber response coordination capability;reliability of global undersea cables critical infrastructure
Lt. General (Ret.) Harry D. Raduege, Jr., Chairman, Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation
General Raduege, Jr. serves as the Honorary Chair of the EastWest Institute’s Worldwide CyberSecurity Summit. In the past, Raduege served as Director of the Defense Information Systems Agency; Manager of the National Communications System; Commander of the Joint Task Force for Global Network Operations and Deputy Commander for Global Network Operations and Defense for the U.S. Strategic Command, responsible for directing the operation and defense of the DOD’s Global Information Grid. After 9/11, he led the nation’s efforts to restore telecommunications throughout New York City and the Pentagon.
Areas of expertise: Cybersecurity organization, policy, operations and governance for business and government
Melissa Hathaway, President, Hathaway Global Strategies LLC; EWI Director and Board Member
Melissa Hathaway is the former acting senior director for cyberspace at the National Security Council. She worked on cybersecurity for Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama until August 2009, when she left to establish Hathaway Global Strategies, LLC. She is currently a senior advisor to the cybersecurity initiative of the Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.
Areas of expertise: Strategic cybersecurity policy for business and government
Greg Austin, EWI Vice President, Worldwide Cybersecurity Initiative
Greg Austin leads EWI’s Worldwide Cybersecurity Initiative. He has had a 30-year career in international affairs, including senior posts in academia and government. He has also held senior posts at the International Crisis Group and the Foreign Policy Centre, London. In addition to writing regularly for New Europe,Austin has authored several books on international security, with an emphasis on Asia.
Areas of expertise:International political, legal, diplomatic and military aspects of cybersecurity
Franz-Stefan Gady, EWI Associate, Worldwide Cybersecurity Initiative
At EWI, Franz Gady has helped lead EWI’s engagement with India on cybersecurity, and has written frequently on the topic for publications like The Christian Science Monitor and foreignpolicy.com. Prior to joining EWI, Gady served in the Austrian Army and Austrian Foreign Ministry, and as an adjunct research assistant at the Institute for National Strategic Studies at the National Defense University in Washington D.C.
Areas of expertise:International political, diplomatic and military aspects of cybersecurity
Stein Schjølberg, Judge, Moss Tingrett Court, Norway; Co-Chair of EWI Cyber Crime Legal Working Group
Judge Schjølberg is an international expert on cyber crime. He has served as an expert on cyber crime for several international institutions, and as Chairman of the global High-Level Experts Group (HLEG) on Cybersecurity and Cybercrime at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in Geneva.
Area of expertise: Cyber crime
Pavan Duggal, Advocate at the Supreme Court of India; Co-Chair of EWI Cyber Crime Legal Working Group
Pavan Duggal is one of Asia’s leading authorities on cyber law. He has served as a consultant to the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) on the Asia Pacific Conference on Cybercrime and Information Security, and has authored several books on cyber law and cyber crime. Duggal is the founder and president of Cyberlaw Asia.
Area of expertise: Cyber crime