Truman Center for National Policy
Policy Program Manager, Truman Center for National Policy
Dan Paltiel is Policy Program Manager at the Truman Center for National Policy. In this capacity, Dan leads the organization’s Cyberspace & Security programming. Prior to joining Truman, Dan was Program Coordinator and Research Assistant in the Strategic Technologies Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), where he worked on cybersecurity and technology policy issues. He was lead organizer of the 2016 CSIS Cyber Policy Task Force, a commission composed of 70 leading experts in Washington, DC and Silicon Valley, to make recommendations to the 45th President on cybersecurity. His work at CSIS included developing international best practices for cybersecurity, as well as “active cyber defense” policies for private industry. Prior to CSIS, Dan lived in Amman, Jordan, where he studied Arabic and taught English. Dan holds a BA in History from Amherst College, and hails from New Haven, Connecticut. He is fluent in French and Arabic.