Robert Morgus is a Nonresident Fellow at the Atlantic Council. Previously, he served as a Senior Director and the Director of Research and Analysis for Task Force 2 of the U.S. Cyberspace Solarium Commission, where he led the development of the ecosystem pillar of the Commission’s final report as well as several of the Commission’s white papers, including the Pandemic White Paper, the Supply Chain White Paper, the Biden Administration Transition Book, and the Disinformation White Paper.
Before the Commission, he was the Deputy Director of the Cybersecurity Initiative at New America, where his research focused on mechanisms to counter the spread of offensive cyber capability, cybersecurity and international governance, and Russian internet doctrine. Morgus has spoken about cybersecurity at a number of international forums including NATO’s CyCon, the Global Conference on Cyberspace at The Hague, and CyFy. His research has been published and recognized by the New York Times, Slate, the IEEE, peer-reviewed academic journals, and numerous other national and international outlets.
Articles by this author:
Foreign Disinformation: What the US Government Can Start Doing Now
by Robert Morgus and Mark Montgomery
Feb 3rd, 2022
What the Pandemic Tells Us About the State of U.S. Cybersecurity
by Mark Montgomery and Robert Morgus
May 12th, 2020
When To Use the ‘Nuclear Option?’ Why Knocking Russia Offline Is a Bad Idea
by Robert Morgus and Justin Sherman
May 17th, 2019
The FBI Should Stop Undermining Norms Before They Take Root
Dec 15th, 2015