Asaf Lubin is an associate professor of law at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law and a fellow at IU’s Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research. His research centers on the intersection of law and technology, particularly as it relates to the regulation of cybersecurity harms, liabilities and insurance, as well as policy design around governmental and corporate surveillance, data protection, and internet governance.
Lubin is also an affiliated fellow at Yale Law School’s Information Society Project, a faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, and a visiting scholar at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Federmann Cyber Security Research Center. His work draws on his experiences as a former intelligence analyst, sergeant major (res.), with the Israeli Defense Forces’ Intelligence Branch, as well as his vast practical training and expertise in national security law and foreign policy.
Lubin’s work additionally reflects his time spent serving as a Robert L. Bernstein International Human Rights Fellow with Privacy International and as an articled clerk with the International Law Division of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs Office of the Legal Advisor.
Areas of Expertise
Cybersecurity law, international law, law and technology, torts law, insurance law, laws of war, human rights law, international affairs, national security, intelligence studies, international criminal law, internet governance, data protection regulation, informational privacy rights.