October 30–31, 2016: Training
October 31–November 2, 2016: Tutorials & Conference
New York, NY
Andrea Limbago

Andrea Limbago
Principal Social Scientist, Endgame

Andrea Little Limbago is the principal social scientist at Endgame. Andrea brings a background in quantitative social science and direct operational support to advance Endgame’s technical content and data science contributions across a range of markets, including cybersecurity, tech, and national security. She collaborates extensively with the data science and threat intelligence teams, guiding Endgame’s community engagement with industry, academia, think tanks, and tech. Andrea writes extensively on the geopolitics of the cyber domain, data science, and women in cybersecurity and the tech sector. She has previously worked in academia (NYU) and government (Joint Warfare Analysis Center), presenting at numerous conferences, including the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, International Studies Association Annual Convention, SOCOM’s Global Synchronization Conference, the GEOINT Symposium, and the Military Operations Research Society Annual Symposium. While at JWAC, Andrea received the Reginald Gray Award, the Command’s top award for technical excellence for her analytic support to the Geographic Combatant Commands, Special Operations Command, Strategic Command, and the Joint Staff. Andrea holds a PhD in political science from the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she taught a variety of international relations and foreign policy courses, and a bachelor’s degree in government and romance languages from Bowdoin College.


10:45am–11:15am Tuesday, 11/01/2016
Location: Table 1 in 3rd Floor Promenade
Andrea Limbago (Endgame)
In this office hour, Jessica will hold a Q&A session on 'A social scientist’s perspective on how the intersection of humans and technology will shape the future workforce'. Read more.
4:45pm–5:25pm Tuesday, 11/01/2016
Bridging business and security
Location: Mercury Ballroom Level: Non-technical
Andrea Limbago (Endgame)
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Humans are thought to be the weakest link in security, but this is not security’s only human challenge. Andrea Limbago explains why organizations must increasingly leverage a range of social science approaches and insights—from the C-suite translation gap to greater diversity to geopolitical insights to automated data analysis—to navigate the leading workforce challenges today and in the future. Read more.