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Mon, Feb 3, 2020

#DigitalSherlocks on Capitol Hill

On January 24, 2020, the DFRLab's DC team took to Capitol Hill to train a group of 16 bipartisan senior congressional staffers on key tools and tactics to help them navigate the information environment and spot the truth.

Insights & Impact by Atlantic Council

Disinformation English
Chris Murphy

Thu, Jun 13, 2019

Democratic Defense Against Disinformation 2.0

On June 13, the Eurasia Center hosted a public event on Capitol Hill for the launch of the report, Democratic Defense Against Disinformation 2.0. The second edition of Democratic Defense Against Disinformation takes stock of how governments, multinational institutions, civil-society groups, and the private sector have responded to the challenge of disinformation. The report provides […]

Program Impact Story by Atlantic Council

Disinformation Europe & Eurasia

Wed, May 15, 2019

Foreign interference in Ukraine’s election

Ukraine conducted its presidential election in accordance with democratic standards, despite clear evidence of Russian interference. The interference, however, was not extensive enough to affect the election’s outcome or the actual voting process.

Report by Ukraine Election Task Force

Cybersecurity Disinformation

Geysha González is the Deputy Director for Policy Partnership for the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab) based in Washington, D.C.

Previously, Geysha was the Deputy Director of the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center where she oversaw strategy and programming. She also led the Center’s work on Kremlin disinformation campaigns, including designing the annual Global Strategic Communications Forum (StratCom DC) and co-founding DisinfoPortal.org, a network of experts from the US and Europe focused on counter-disinformation efforts. Prior to joining the Council, Geysha spent two years at Freedom House, a human rights and democracy watchdog, working in various roles including as a member for the Freedom of Expression team, where she worked on issues related to digital and physical security for human rights defenders. She also contributed to Freedom House’s flagship report, Freedom in the World, and wrote several pieces on the rise of modern dictatorships and international sporting events. Her work has been featured on The Hill and The Washington Post. She holds a master’s degree in history of international relations from the London School of Economics, where she focused on transatlantic relations during the Cold War in the 1960s and 1980s. She earned her bachelor’s in international affairs with a focus on European politics from Marquette University and spent a year at King’s College London.