Patrick Cirenza

Patrick Cirenza is a master’s student at Cambridge University who studies cyber warfare and cyber espionage. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in political science from Stanford University, where he was a research assistant for professors Condoleezza Rice and Scott Sagan, General James Mattis (Ret.), and Kori Schake. His undergraduate honors thesis on the nuclear-cyber analogy won the William J. Perry award for policy-relevant research in international security studies.