Marilu Duque is a soon to be graduate from the Technological University Dublin with an M.A. in Criminology focused on Cybercrime, as part of the George J. Mitchell Scholars program. Recently, she graduated from the University of Michigan (UM), Ann Arbor -- School of Information (UMSI) where she successfully defended her thesis focused on local government cybersecurity threats to earn her M.S. in Information. Previously, she was a Technical (IT/Security) Intern at Synopsys, Graduate Student Instructor at UM, Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst Intern (ICS) at FireEye, iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3) Research Fellow, Naval Research Enterprise Intern (NREIP) at the United States Marine Corps Warfighting Lab, and U.S. Department of State’s Virtual Student Federal Service (VSFS) eIntern. Her work aims to create actionable data and solutions that will help shape the next generation of researchers, technologists, and users.
*Currently Open To Full-Time or Contract Roles*
Research Interests: Computational Social Sciences, Critical Infrastructure, Cybersecurity, Cyber Warfare, Defense, Ethics, Extremism Studies, Information, and Communications Technologies (ICTs), Machine Learning, National Security, Natural Language Processing, Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT), Propaganda, Tech Governance & Policy, Tech Recruitment, Technical Writing.
Personal Interests: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Weightlifting, Kayaking, Archery, Aeriel Ribbons, Admissions Consulting, Mentoring Others, Career Guidance, Lockpicking, Listening to 70/80s Music, Watching 80s/90s Movies, Taking Online Courses, Teaching Others, Medieval History, and Learning Russian.