360/Stratcom 2022

360/StratCom is DFRLab’s annual, premier government-to-government forum focused on working with allies and partners to align free and open societies in an era of contested information.

Upcoming events

Internet lights and cables

360/StratCom 2022

December 7, 2022

The Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab) hosts a virtual version of its annual government-to-government forum, 360/StratCom.

Previous events

2021

360/StratCom 2021

December 6-8, 2021

On December 6-8, 2021, the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab) will host its annual government-to-government forum, 360/StratCom, on the margins of the Biden Administration’s Summit for Democracy.

2020

360 StramCom

360/StratCom 2020

360/StratCom is DFRLab’s annual, premier government-to-government forum focused on working with allies and partners to align free and open societies in an era of contested information.

2019

Kris Goldsmith panel

Insights & Impact

Nov 6, 2019

StratComDC 2019

By Atlantic Council

On October 23-24, 2019, the Atlantic Council’s DFRLab hosted the 3rd annual Global Forum on Strategic Communications (StratCom).

English

2018

Webcasts

Oct 2, 2018

StratCom 2018

2017

Webcasts

Sep 26, 2017

STRATCOM DC

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360/StratCom

Jul 20, 2017

STRATCOM

Read the Primer Read the Report Watch the Webcast   On September 26, 2017, The Atlantic Council hosted the first Transatlantic Forum on Strategic Communications (StratCom) in Washington, DC. State and non-state actors seek to influence Western democracies through targeted disinformation campaigns tailored to the digital world. Policymakers across the Atlantic have recognized the threats […]

Content

360/StratCom

Dec 8, 2022

360/StratCom: How policymakers can set a democratic tech agenda for the interconnected world

By Layla Mashkoor

The DFRLab assembled policymakers and civil-society leaders together to drive forward a democratic tech agenda that is rights-respecting and inclusive.  

Cybersecurity Disinformation

360/StratCom

Dec 8, 2022

Holes in the great fire wall: Dissent and protests in China

By Digital Forensic Research Lab

At 360/StratCom, the DFRLab hosted a panel of experts on China’s Communist Party, surveillance architecture, protest, and the information environment for a conversation on the implications of recent events for China.

China Coronavirus

360/StratCom

Dec 8, 2022

The call for coordinated action for a free, open, and inoperable internet

By Erika Hsu

The DFRLab, as part of its annual 360/StratCom event, convened a discussion about the FOC, including the need to coordinate action to protect a free, open, secure, and interoperable internet.

Cybersecurity Disinformation

360/StratCom

Dec 7, 2022

The White House’s new deputy cyber director: Tech’s challenges are society’s challenges

By Nick Fouriezos

Camille Stewart Gloster, the inaugural deputy national cyber director for technology and ecosystem security, spoke at the DFRLab's 360/StratCom about her newly created office's ambitious agenda to address a wide scope of cyber challenges.

Cybersecurity Technology & Innovation

Transcript

Dec 7, 2022

Camille Stewart breaks down the Office of the National Cyber Director’s whole-of-society strategy

By Atlantic Council

Camille Stewart Gloster, the inaugural deputy national cyber director for technology & ecosystem, is defining the role that the United States' new Office of the National Cyber Director can play.

Technology & Innovation

Transcript

Dec 7, 2022

Can the Freedom Online Coalition live up to its potential?

By Atlantic Council

The Freedom Online Coalition has operated with varied success. As the US prepares to take over as chair of the body, civil society leaders who helped launch and shape the Coalition discuss how it can best be leveraged to advance a proactively democratic digital world.

Technology & Innovation

Transcript

Dec 14, 2021

Inside a new effort to define and promote tech transparency

By Atlantic Council

Our Digital Forensic Research Lab joined with partner organizations to launch the Action Coalition, a group organized under the Danish government's Technology for Democracy Initiative that will spend a year searching for clarity and progress on transparency in tech.

Digital Policy Disinformation

Transcript

Dec 8, 2021

Are autocrats winning the internet? Leading activists describe the role of big tech on the ground

By Atlantic Council

Glacier Chung Ching Kwong and Leonid Volkov reflect on their experiences defending human rights in Russia and Hong Kong to answer whether authoritarians are winning in harnessing technology.

Human Rights Internet

Transcript

Dec 6, 2021

Behind the scenes of the newest hot job in diplomacy: Tech ambassador

By Atlantic Council

Countries have begun appointing tech ambassadors in different forms to elevate technology as a national-security and foreign-policy priority. Here's what their roles mean not just for democracy and human rights in the digital age.

Digital Policy Internet
STRATCOM page banner2

360/StratCom

Jul 20, 2017

STRATCOM

Read the Primer Read the Report Watch the Webcast   On September 26, 2017, The Atlantic Council hosted the first Transatlantic Forum on Strategic Communications (StratCom) in Washington, DC. State and non-state actors seek to influence Western democracies through targeted disinformation campaigns tailored to the digital world. Policymakers across the Atlantic have recognized the threats […]