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Thu, Jan 23, 2020

Brookie joins NPR to discuss the growing role of private cyber security firms in identifying foreign state hackers

In the News by Atlantic Council

Cybersecurity United States and Canada

Thu, Jan 9, 2020

The information space around Iran

Over the last two years, the DFRLab has produced one of the largest bodies of primary, open source reporting on Iran’s activity and capability in the space of hybrid threats, which constitutes a large and vulnerable proxy front.

Blog Post by Graham Brookie, Iain Robertson

Disinformation Iran

Fri, Jan 3, 2020

Brookie quoted in CNN on Iran’s disinformation operations following Soleimani assassination

In the News by Atlantic Council

Disinformation Iran

Graham Brookie is the Director and Managing Editor of the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab) based in Washington D.C.

The DFRLab is at the forefront of open-source research with a focus on governance, technology, security, social media, and where each intersect. By publishing what it can prove, or disprove, in real-time, the DFRLab is creating a new model of research and education adapted for impact.

Prior to joining the DFRLab, Brookie served in various positions at the White House and National Security Council. His most recent role was as an adviser for strategic communications with a focus on digital strategy, audience engagement, and coordinating a cohesive record of former US President Barack Obama’s national security and foreign policy. Previously he served as the adviser to the assistant to the president for homeland security and counterterrorism (APHSCT), the president’s top aide for cybersecurity, counterterrorism, intelligence, and homeland security issues. He also worked in the East Asia, Middle East, and North Africa directorates at the National Security Council.

Brookie graduated cum laude with degrees from American University in Washington, DC. He also completed the London School of Economics’ general course.