Elena Grossfeld is a PhD candidate in the Department of War Studies, King's College London (KCL), and a member of King's Intelligence and Security Group (KISG). Her research interests are strategic culture of Russian/Soviet intelligence, Cold War, and information warfare.
Elena holds an MA in Intelligence and International Security from KCL, an MA in Linguistics from San Jose State University, and a BS in Mathematics with a minor in Russian Studies from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Having started her career as a software engineer and architect, she specialized in reliability and performance of systems powering the Internet and e-commerce before moving into cybersecurity, focusing on the areas of insider threat, cyber threat intelligence, and cryptocurrencies-related fraud investigations.
- Strategic Culture
- Soviet and Russian intelligence services
- Information Warfare
- Cold War
Elena’s research concentrates on Strategic culture of Russian intelligence services, changes in strategic culture from the Cold War to present; and the effects of strategic culture on information warfare.
Strategic culture of Russian Intelligence Services – from the Cold War to Putin’s Russia.
Dr Daniela Richterova
Dr Huw Dylan