Ambassador at Large for Cyberspace and Digital Policy Nate Fick, right, spoke at the Stanford Law School in Stanford, Calif., with Secretary of State Antony Blinken, left, and Jennifer S. Martínez, dean of law school, on Oct. 17. (Photo by Ronny Przysucha/State Department)

From ‘Generation Kill’ to driving digital diplomacy: Nate Fick digs into role as first U.S. cyber ambassador

Fick says the State Department 'has a rightful place to assert leadership' when it comes to setting American cyber policy.
Adam Hickey, deputy assistant attorney general in the National Security Division at the Department of Justice arrives to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington on July 26, 2017. (Photo: YURI GRIPAS/AFP via Getty Images)

DOJ now relies on paper for its most sensitive court documents, official says

A top DOJ official said potential vulnerabilities in the online case management system means that "going online is not always the best thing."
Nate Fick, the nominee to become the first U.S. ambassador at large for cyberspace and digital policy, seen here at a 2011 tech conference in Sun Valley, Idaho. Fick is former cybersecurity CEO with connections in the tech sector as well as government circles. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

State Department needs more cyber policy muscle, says cyberspace ambassador nominee

Nate Fick told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee the threat from China is probably "the defining strategic question of my generation."