Reuters reporter Dustin Volz has been hired by The Wall Street Journal to cover cybersecurity and intelligence from its Washington bureau.
His last day at Reuters is Friday. He will join The Journal later this month.
Volz has been with Reuters since September 2015 covering corporate espionage, federal government hacks, surveillance and digital privacy, terror networks and recruiting and online consumer scams.
He worked two years for the National Journal as a tech policy correspondent, covering news such as the two-year push in Congress for NSA surveillance reform, the massive hack of personnel files at the Office of Personnel Management, patent reform efforts in Congress, net neutrality, the sharing economy, and the Senate torture report, among other topics.
He was previously a Fulbright teaching assistant in Indonesia and an intern at The Arizona Republic.
A German speaker, he has degrees from Arizona State University and is finishing a fellowship in Berlin.