Justin Sherman (@jshermcyber) is a Cybersecurity Policy Fellow at New America, a Fellow at the Duke Center on Law & Technology, and a student at Duke University. At Duke, he is the Co-Founder and Vice President of the nonpartisan initiative Ethical Tech; and he co-founded and runs the cyber initiative out of the Duke Program in American Grand Strategy, for which he also founded and edits its Cyber Blog. His current work focuses primarily on internet governance, international cyber norms, the global export and diffusion of authoritarian surveillance technology, and the role of artificial intelligence in strategic competition.
Articles by this author:
When To Use the ‘Nuclear Option?’ Why Knocking Russia Offline Is a Bad Idea
by Robert Morgus and Justin Sherman
May 17th, 2019
India’s Digital Path: Leaning Democratic or Authoritarian?
Feb 4th, 2019
Russia’s Tightening Control of Cyberspace Within its Borders
Dec 24th, 2018