My name is Tünde Lendvai, from Hungary. I am 1st-year student at National University of Public Service, International Defence, and Security Policy. I’ve earned my bachelor’s degree in public service management and learned Japanese, Chinese, and English. I was vice student president of Advanced College for Security Policy, participating in its Cybersecurity and Asia group.
My major research themes are the Chinese Social Credit System and the security challenges of the Korean Peninsula and Japan. Currently, I carry out research into North Korea’s cyber capabilities and actions against South Korea in the cyberspace, meanwhile I work as a trainer in a program which educates children to safe internet usage. In the future, I would like to work as an expert in security policy, specialized in cybersecurity and East-Asia.