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Qistina first joined ISIS Malaysia as a Researcher in September 2016 following her LLB Law degree from The University of Manchester. In August 2018, she left to pursue her MA in National Security Studies at King's College, London. Her thesis focused on the terrorist use of the internet, fusing her interest for Terrorism in Marawi, Southern Philippines and Cybersecurity.
Upon completion of her Master's degree, Qistina initiated a Network of Women in Foreign Policy and Security in Malaysia while she continues her research in Cybersecurity and Terrorism. She is currently a Senior Researcher, and reports to Mr. Terence Too Yang-Yau, Fellow, Social Policy and National Integration (SPNI). Qistina is contactable at extension 149, or firstname.lastname@example.org.