Christiane Hunsbedt graduated from the University of Oslo in 2020 with an LL.M. degree in Legal Science (Master i Rettsvitenskap) and an LL.M. degree in Information and Communications Technology Law. Her master thesis examined security requirements for connected consumer products, focusing particularly on EU product safety legislation. She conducted this work as a research assistant under the SIGNAL project at the Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law (NRCCL). Currently, she is a research fellow under the PathoSeq project (Food safety with high precision – Pathogenomics for the food industry). This research focuses on the legal possibilities and limitations for using whole genome sequencing to monitor and track foodborne pathogens in the food industry.
- Food safety
- Data protection
- Product safety and security
Hunsbedt, Christiane (2022). Legal challenges for whole genome sequencing of Listeria monocytogenes.
Hunsbedt, Christiane (2021). Security Requirements for Connected Consumer Products. Poorly secured toys and smartwatches for children: Is current legislation adequate to restrict their market access, and how may this be regulated going forwards? Complex. ISSN 2703-8777. 1.