Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
District of Columbia
Policy professional working at the intersection of emerging technology and international affairs. Former civil servant and acting deputy assistant secretary of defense for cyber policy. I study and comment on the national security and international stability implications of cyber threats, artificial intelligence, and biotechnology. Published in Lawfare, WarOnTheRocks, Foreign Affairs (May/June 2018), and Harvard Belfer Center.
Keywords: biotechnology, biology, cyber policy, pentagon, department of defense, cyber command