Mike Daniels is a visiting fellow in the Center for Internet, Communications, and Technology Policy at AEI, where he focuses on policies affecting the information technology sector, with a particular focus on Internet governance and cybersecurity.
Daniels has served in senior advisory positions at the White House and the National Security Council and held positions with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and UNESCO. He currently serves as chairman of the Logistics Management Institute and Invincea Inc. He writes on a wide range of issues, including Internet security, privacy, and technology policy, and is coauthor of “Names, Numbers and Network Solutions: The Monetization of the Internet” (2013). He has also served as chairman or on the board of directors for more than 20 prominent technology organizations and councils.
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