Bernardo Beiriz

International Relations | Internet Governance | Cybersecurity 

Hello, world!

Welcome to my personal website, where I plan to share some thoughts on cybersecurity, Internet Governance, International Relations and life in general. I hope this can also be an opportunity to share some experiences and impressions that others may find useful. For now, this is still a work in progress.

About me


I am currently a student of International Relations and a scholarship holder at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), Brazil.

With a focus on academic research, I have participated for four semesters in the Tutorial Education Program (PET), a research training funded by the Institute of International Relations (IRI) of PUC-Rio and the Brazilian Ministry of Education (MEC). The programme allows young scholars to develop research, participate in debates and organise events on various topics. The programme is directed by Professor Isabel Rocha de Siqueira.

My research interests include international relations, cybersecurity, internet governance, actor-network theory and the relationship between technology and society more broadly. I am also currently working on my final undergraduate thesis, which discusses the approximations between ANT and cybersecurity.