Justin Sherman is a Cybersecurity Policy Fellow at New America, a Fellow at the Duke Center on Law & Technology at Duke University’s School of Law, and a junior at Duke University double-majoring in computer science and political science. At Duke, he is the Co-Founder and Vice President of nonpartisan initiative Ethical Tech; co-founded and runs the cyber initiative out of the Duke Program in American Grand Strategy; and previously co-wrote and co-taught Duke’s “Cyber and Global Security” seminar. Sherman’s current work focuses mainly on internet governance, international cyber norms, the spread of digital authoritarianism, and the role of artificial intelligence in strategic competition. He is a former Cyber Policy Researcher at the NSA’s Laboratory for Analytic Sciences, where he worked across the defense and intelligence communities on issues of cyber and national security. Prior to that, he researched technical cybersecurity and data privacy issues with Duke’s Computer Science Department. He has appeared on podcasts, been quoted in national and international media, given talks to a variety of audiences, and written for The Washington Post, Foreign Policy, Slate, Defense One, Just Security, and the Council on Foreign Relations, among many other outlets.