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John DeLong is a fellow at Harvard University's Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society where he leads the Berklett project, which explores the future role of the national security community in global cybersecurity.

John is focused on the implications of technology evolution — including machine learning and artificial intelligence — on the framework and best practices for compliance, oversight, risk management, and ethics. He currently leads technology, cybersecurity, and information security risk at Morgan Stanley and he was formerly with the National Security Agency where he was the Director of Compliance from 2009-2014. John is also a Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and teaches a class on Compliance and Computation at the Harvard Law School.

Projects & Tools

Privacy Initiatives

The Berkman Klein Center has long been home to a number of cross-disciplinary initiatives that investigate privacy and privacy-relevant questions in the digitally networked…



Compliance and Computation Overview

What is the role of the law and of lawyers in a machine learning/AI world?


Apr 8, 2014 @ 12:00 PM

Intelligence Gathering and the Unowned Internet

The Berkman Center for Internet and Society is pleased to invite the community to continue the conversation on the future of the unowned Internet on April 8, 2014 with a panel…