William Carter

William A. Carter is deputy director of the Technology Policy Program at CSIS. His research focuses on international cyber and technology policy issues, including artificial intelligence, surveillance and privacy, data localization, cyber conflict and deterrence, financial sector cybersecurity, and law enforcement and technology, including encryption. He has spoken at events and conferences around the world and participated in Track 2 dialogues on cyber and technology policy issues with China, Russia, and Australia. Before joining CSIS, he worked in the Goldman Sachs Investment Strategy Group, where he focused on geopolitics and the macro economy and wrote on international affairs and current events and their impact on markets. He previously worked at the Council on Foreign Relations and at Caxton Associates, a New York hedge fund. He graduated from New York University with a B.A. in economics.

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Launch Event: Low-Hanging Fruit: Evidence Based Solutions to the Digital Evidence Challenge

Tomorrow morning (Wednesday, July 25), from 8-10 am, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse -- along with DOJ’s former Assistant Attorney General for National Security, David Kris and DOJ’s former Principal Attorney General, David Bitkower, among others -- will be on the hill to launch CSIS’s new report, Low-Hanging Fruit: Evidence-Based Solutions to the Digital Evidence Challenge, co-authored by the two of us.