Jack Detsch is the Mark Clayton Fellow in Cybersecurity for Passcode, the Monitor’s section addressing security and privacy in the Digital Age. He is based in Boston and covers the intersection between technology and national security.
Jack comes to Passcode after researching and writing extensively on international affairs as assistant editor of The Diplomat Magazine, where he wrote on subjects ranging from military challenges in South Asia to robotics in the modern age. He has also worked for San Francisco Bay Area radio stations KQED, KALW and KCBS. Jack graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude from The George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs.