2023 Next Gen National Security Fellow
Cybersecurity and Intelligence Reporter, The Wall Street Journal
Dustin Volz is a Washington-based cybersecurity and intelligence reporter for The Wall Street Journal. His coverage focuses on the national security and geopolitical dimensions of nation-state hacking conflict, digital espionage, online influence operations, election interference and government surveillance.
Before joining the Journal in 2018, Dustin worked at Reuters and National Journal, and his reporting has also appeared in The Washington Post, The Atlantic, The Center for Public Integrity, and The Arizona Republic. His journalism has been internationally recognized, including by the White House Correspondents' Association, the Gerald Loeb Awards, the Society of Publishers in Asia, and the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights.
In addition to Washington, Dustin has reported from London, Berlin, San Francisco and the Dominican Republic. He is a graduate of Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Prior to starting his journalism career, Dustin spent a year living in Indonesia as a Fulbright teaching assistant.
Recent Publications & News
Intelligence Leaks Cast Spotlight on a Recurring Insider Threat: Tech Support
By Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley, Jr. (Ret.)
A New Chapter in Fraught Ties Between President, Spies
By Andrea Kendall-Taylor