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Justin Sherman is a nonresident fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Cyber Statecraft Initiative, where his work focuses on internet geopolitics, governance, and security as well as Russian and Indian technology policy and strategy. He is also the founder and CEO of Global Cyber Strategies, a Washington, DC-based research and advisory firm; and a senior fellow at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy, where he leads its data brokerage research project and lectures on cybersecurity, privacy, and technology policy.

He is an advisor to the global Christchurch Call to Eliminate Terrorist & Violent Extremist Content Online, serves as the technology advisor to the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (STOP) in New York City, and writes a Slate op-ed column on technology and policy.

Prior to his current positions, he spent time at New America, the National Security Agency’s Laboratory for Analytic Sciences, and the Tech, Law, & Security Program at American University Washington College of Law, among others. He was a fellow at Duke Law School’s Center on Law & Technology and a fellow at Stanford University’s US-Russia Forum, where he participated in Track II dialogues with Russian counterparts on international security issues. He co-founded Ethical Tech at Duke University and previously wrote a WIRED op-ed column on technology and geopolitics.

Justin has testified before Congress, spoken widely, and briefed White House officials, members of European Parliament, and many other policymakers around the world on technology, policy, and geopolitics issues. He has written hundreds of articles and numerous reports, book chapters, journal articles, and privately commissioned assessments and appeared on BBC, CNBC, Deutsche Welle, NPR, SHOWTIME, and many other national and international programs. His work has been featured on HBO’s “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.”

He earned his MA in Security Studies from Georgetown University and his BS in Computer Science and his BA in Political Science from Duke University.