Trevor Logan is a cyber research analyst at FDD’s Center on Cyber and Technology Innovation, where he contributes to both the Transformative Cyber Innovation Lab and Cyber-Enabled Economic Warfare (CEEW) project. Trevor works on various technical issues, including cybersecurity policy, information security best practices, emerging technologies, state-sponsored hacking groups, cryptocurrencies, cyber deterrence, and cyber strategies of U.S. adversaries. His research and analysis have been featured in The Washington Post, MIT Technology Review, Wired, Politico, Fifth Domain, the National Journal, and the Hill. Trevor also served as an advisor to Dr. Samantha Ravich’s work on the congressionally-mandated Cyberspace Solarium Commission.
Before joining FDD, Trevor earned his MS in Defense and Strategic Studies / Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Studies at Missouri State University. He also holds a BS in Accounting and Psychology from William Jewell College.