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

4 key takeaways from the TikTok CEO’s House grilling

Lawmakers are skeptical about TikTok’s security plan, but not all back a ban.

March 24, 2023

Everything you need to know about Thursday’s four cyber hearings

It was the busiest day for cybersecurity on Capitol Hill in recent memory.

March 24, 2023

House cyber panel looks at CISA in first oversight hearing with new chairman

Industry officials will be testifying at the hearing.

March 23, 2023

Tech workers claimed caste bias. Now California could make it illegal.

A bill seeks to make caste a protected category.

March 22, 2023

End of BreachForums could take a bite out of cybercrime

Cybercriminals are looking for the next best alternative after the demise of BreachForums.

March 22, 2023

California measure would force tech giants to pay news outlets

Officials are taking a contentious global fight to the states.

March 21, 2023

Credit ratings increasingly looking at cybersecurity

But earning good credit ratings for cyber preparedness is harder than it sounds.

March 21, 2023

Antisemitic tweets soared on Twitter after Musk took over, study finds

A new report sheds light on the prevalence of hate speech on the platform.

March 20, 2023

FBI targets notorious cybercrime market with teen’s arrest

An FBI agent's affidavit accused the 19-year-old of being BreachForums administrator Pompompurin.

March 20, 2023

AI chatbots won’t enjoy tech’s legal shield, Section 230 authors say

Sen. Wyden and former Rep. Cox’s reading would open companies to lawsuits.

March 17, 2023