Tim Maurer is a research fellow at New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute focusing on cyberspace and international affairs. His research has been published by Harvard University, Foreign Policy, CNN and Slate among others.
In October 2013 and February 2014, he spoke about cyber security at the United Nations, and his work has been featured by print, radio and television media, including National Public Radio’s Kojo Nnamdi Show, Public Radio International’s The World, Al Jazeera, the Los Angeles Times, the Russian newspaper Kommersant and the German newspaper Die Zeit. His current projects centre on the international cyber security norm process, information technology in the context of sanctions and export controls, and swing states in the global Internet policy debate.
Prior to joining New America, he worked at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and gained experience with the United Nations in Rwanda, Geneva and New York. He conducts his academic research as a non-resident research fellow at the Citizen Lab.