David DiMolfetta

Washington, D.C.

Researcher focusing on cybersecurity and technology policy

Education: George Washington University, BBA in business analytics; Georgetown University, MS in business analytics

David DiMolfetta is a researcher for The Cybersecurity 202 and The Tech 202, the daily morning newsletters at The Washington Post keeping readers up to date on cybersecurity and technology policy. Previously, he covered AI, cybersecurity and technology policy for S&P Global Market Intelligence. He graduated from George Washington University in 2021 with a BBA concentrating in business analytics and is pursuing an MS in business analytics at Georgetown University. In college, David interned for S&P Global, Consumers' Bulletin, Voice of America and the Jerusalem Post.
Latest from David DiMolfetta

Big Tech trying to ‘weaponize’ U.S. trade talks, Democrats warn

The missive reflects mounting concern that industry giants are trying to preempt regulatory threats.

April 24, 2023

Chinese hackers will ‘probably’ breach protected government networks within 5 years, leaked document says

The classified document's warning comes as the U.S. government has made “zero trust” a priority.

April 24, 2023

Twitter’s blue check purge claims top political figures, risking impostors

Dozens of public officials are no longer verified, a review found.

April 21, 2023

Election denialism had a costly week, but will it make a difference?

It's not clear if the lies will die down after running up a $790 million bill.

April 21, 2023

Oversight board urges Meta to keep covid-19 rules in place, for now

But they are urging the company to revisit its list of restricted claims.

April 20, 2023

The 3CX cyberattack was the result of two supply-chain hacks, Mandiant says

The cybersecurity firm said a North Korean hacking group was behind the hacks.

April 20, 2023

Big Tech critics looking for their next House antitrust champion

They want a like-minded successor to Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.).

April 19, 2023

Legal challenge to EPA rule poses obstacle to Biden's cyber agenda

Three Republican attorneys general asked a court to block the rule.

April 19, 2023

FTC funding push faces GOP head winds

Republicans are voicing concern about giving Chair Khan more money.

April 18, 2023

An Iranian hacking group went on the offensive against U.S. targets, Microsoft says

The group has shifted to targeting U.S. critical infrastructure, Microsoft said.

April 18, 2023