The Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies
and the Digital and Cyber Group at the School of International and Public Affairs present:

Digital Detectives:
A Dialogue with Microsoft’s
Digital Threat Analysis Center

Tuesday, November 1, 2022
1302 International Affairs

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Clint Watts, Senior Fellow, Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, George Washington University; Distinguished Research Fellow Foreign Policy Research Institute; Non-Resident Fellow, Alliance For Securing Democracy, German Marshall Fund

Hosted by Peter Clement, Interim Director and Senior Research Scholar, Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies

Joined by four experts from the Microsoft Digital Threat Analysis Center.



The Digital Threat Analysis Center (DTAC) is made up of a team of experts analyzing both cyber and influence operations of nation-state and non-state actors in the information space.
It is focused on detecting and disrupting digital threats to Microsoft, its customers, and democracies worldwide. Using an audience-based, rather than simply geographical, approach, DTAC’s experts analyze targeting and tactical trends that assist Microsoft and its global partners in better understanding and combating the world’s most serious cyber threats.

About the Speaker:

Clint Watts is a distinguished research fellow at the Foreign Policy
Research Institute and founder of Miburo (now part of Microsoft’s Digital Threat Analysis Center). He is a regular contributor to leading print and cable news platforms such as The Washington Post and MSNBC, where he combines his extensive national security and cyber expertise to offer clarity to domestic and international affairs.