Flyer courtesy of the Cold War Museum
Members of the public will get a better understanding of how Russia uses the internet.
On Sunday, Justin Sherman will talk about the country’s web strategies in his presentation “The Russian Roots of Putin’s Disinformation: How Russia Views Information”.
The Cold War Museum is hosting the virtual program, which begins at 2 p.m., according to a release.
Tickets may be purchased on eventbrite. They each cost $20, with the proceeds supporting the Cold War Museum.
Anyone who is unable to participate can buy a ticket and receive a link to the video by emailing Cold War Museum Executive Director Jason Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sherman serves as a Sanford School of Public Policy senior fellow at Duke University as well as an Atlantic Council nonresident fellow. He is also a cybersecurity, technology, internet policy and geopolitical risk consultant.
The Duke University graduate holds a bachelor’s in Computer Science and Political Science. Sherman received his masters in Security Studies through Georgetown University.
Those interested may follow Sherman on Twitter or visit his website.
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