Ph.D. Candidate, Lawyer, Programmer & Cyber Security Expert
Mr. Glonti is a lecturer at The Caucasus University in Georgia. He teaches criminal law, criminology, and cybersecurity.
Before Mr. Glonti started in the field of higher education, he worked as a police detective at the cybercrime division of The Ministry of Internal Affairs. There, he underwent cybercrime investigation and cybersecurity workshops and training programs by the FBI, SOCA (Scotland Yard), and Oslo Police Academy.
Later, he started to work in the Legal Affairs Committee of The Parliament of Georgia as the main specialist. He worked on legal reforms related to cybercrime and cybersecurity.
Mr. Glonti is a Ph.D. candidate at The Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg, Germany. He researches the Internet as a Social Control Mechanism. Mr. Glonti is a German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and The Max Planck Society scholarship holder.
His scopes of interest include but are not limited to Law, Criminology, Cybercrime, Cyber Security, Programming, Cryptography, and Artificial Intelligence.