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DAY 1 | 15 October

7:30 am — Registration and Coffee

8:00 am — OPENING CEREMONY
His Excellency, Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani
Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, State of Qatar

8:10 am — WELCOME REMARKS
Mr. Christopher Graves, President & Founder, Ogilvy Center for Behavioral ScienceMaster of Ceremonies

8:30 am — OPENING ADDRESS
Senator Joe Donnelly Sr., Chairman of the Board, The Soufan Center

8:40 am — FIRESIDE CHAT
His Excellency, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani,
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, State of Qatar

- Interviewed by Mr. Ali Velshi, MSNBC anchor and business correspondent for NBC NEWS and MSNBC

9:25 am — FIRESIDE CHAT
His Excellency K. Shanmugam,
Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Law, Government of Singapore

- Interviewed by Peter Bergen, CNN National Security Analyst and Vice President, Global Studies & Fellows, New America

10:10 am — FRAMING REMARKS
Dr. Ahmad M. Hasnah, President of Hamad Bin Khalifa University member of Qatar Foundation

10:15 am — Break

10:30 am — PRESENTATION: Defending Against Disinformation and Election Hacking in the Digital Age
Mr. Jan Neutze, Senior Director of Digital Diplomacy, Microsoft

10:45 am — PANEL I: General Overview on Disinformation: Exploring the Core Concepts and Threat Landscape

FRAMING REMARKS: Mr. Edward Stroz, Founder and Executive Chairman, Stroz Friedberg
MODERATOR: Peter Canellos, Editor-at-Large, Politico

PANELISTS:
- Mr. Michael Isikoff, Chief Investigative Correspondent, Yahoo! News
- Mr. J.D. Maddox, Technology Advisor for the Global Engagement Center,U.S. State Department
- Dr. Hessa S. Al-Jaber, former Minister of Communications and Technology for the Government of the State of Qatar, Commissoner, United Nations ITU Broadband Commission for Digital Development and Chairperson of Es’hailSat
- Mr. Jivan Gjorgjinski, Chair of Governmental Experts on Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems, United Nations

12:15 pm - 1:15 pm — Lunch

1:30 pm — WORKSHOP I: Weaponized Information and the Changing Character of Warfare
HOSTED BY: New America
FRAMING REMARKS: Dr. Sharri Clark, Senior Advisor for Cyber and Countering Violent Extremism, U.S. Department of State

MODERATOR: Mr. Peter Bergen, Vice President Global Studies & Fellows, New AmericaSPEAKERS:

- Ms. Jen Easterly, Former Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Counterterrorism, Managing Director at Morgan Stanley
- COL Christopher P. COSTA, USA, (RET), Former Special Assistant to the President for Counterterrorism, National Security Council, Executive Director, International Spy Museum
- Ms. Candace Rondeaux, Senior Fellow with the Center on the Future of War, New America
- Mr. Joshua Geltzer, Former Former Senior Director for Counterterrorism and Deputy Legal Advisor, National Security Council, Georgetown University Law Center

2:45 pm — FIRESIDE CHAT
Her Excellency, Lolwah Rashid Al-Khater, Spokesperson, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, State of Qatar

- Interviewed by Ms. Kimberly Dozier, Global Affairs Analyst, CNN

3:15 pm — PRESENTATION: Went There to Fight American Imperialism and Now, Am All for the U.S. and NATO: Disinformed Foreign Fighters in Ukraine
Mr. Kacper Rekawek, Head of National Security Programme, GLOBSEC

3:30 pm — WORKSHOP II: The Nexus Between Counterterrorism and Disinformation
HOSTED BY: United Nations Counter-Terrorism Executive Directorate’s Global Research Network (GRN)
MODERATOR: Mr. David Scharia, Chief of Branch, Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directive (CTED)

SPEAKERS:
- Ms. Maya Mirchandani, Senior Fellow, Observer Research Foundation Assistant Professor,Department of Media Studies, Ashoka University
- Mr. Milo Comerford, Senior Manager, Policy, Institute for Strategic Dialogue
- Mr. Michael Masters, President, The Soufan Center
- Ms. Bettina Rottweiler, Research Assistant, Department of Security and Crime Science, University College London

4:45 pm — Coffee Break

5:00 pm — PANEL II: Disinformation in Effect: Exploring Case Studies
FRAMING REMARKS: Mr. Chase Untermeyer, Chairman, The Qatar-America Institute and Former United States Ambassador to Qatar
MODERATOR: Ms. Rebecca Skippage, Senior Editor, BBC Monitoring
PANELISTS:
- Mr. Mark Power, Deputy Ambassador, British Embassy in Tel Aviv
- Ms. Olga Robinson, Senior Journalist, BBC Monitoring
- Mr. Priyank Mathur, Founder and CEO, Mythos Labs
- Mr. David Scraven, Founder and Publisher, Correctiv

6:15 pm — CLOSING REMARKS
Mr. Christopher Graves, President & Founder, Ogilvy Center for Behavioral ScienceMaster of Ceremonies

7:30 am — Registration and Coffee

8:00 am — FIRESIDE CHAT
His Excellency, Dr. Khalid bin Mohamed Al Attiya,
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Defense Affairs, State of Qatar

- Interviewed by Mr. Steve Clemons, Editor-at-large, the Hill

8:45 am — PRESENTATION: You’re the F@ke! Why Fact Checking or Red Flags Won’t Work When Identity Trumps Truth
Mr. Christopher Graves, President & Founder, Ogilvy Center for Behavioral Science

9:00 am — FIRESIDE CHAT
Vice Admiral Alexandros Diakopoulos, National Security Advisor, Government of Greece

- Interviewed by Mr. Kevin Baron, Executive Editor, Defense One

9:30 am — PRESENTATION: 16 Years of Social Media: How Facebook (and others) Moved Fast and Broke Things
Mr. Jeffrey Cole, Director and Research Professor, Center for the Digital Future at the USC Annenberg School for Communication

9:45 am — FIRESIDE CHAT
His Excellency, Hassan al-Thawadi,
Secretary-General, Supreme Committee For Delivery and Legacy

- Interviewed by Mr. Mark Mazzetti, Washington Investigative Correspondent, New York Times

10:15 am — PRESENTATION: Five Years of Fighting Against Russian Disinformation in Ukraine: Lessons from StopFake
Mr. Yevhen Fedchenko, Co-founder and Chief Editor of StopFake.org, Director of Mohyla School of Journalism at National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy

10:30 — Break

10:45 am — WORKSHOP III: Hamad Bin Khalifa University
TOPIC: “A War of Words, Disinformation in Transnational Challenges”
MODERATOR: Susan L. Karamanian, Dean, College of Law, Hamad Bin Khalifa University

SPEAKERS:
- H.E. Sheikh Saif bin Ahmed Al Thani, Director, Government Communications Office, Chairman of The Media City. State of Qatar
- Dr. Leslie Pal, Dean, College of Public Policy, Hamad Bin Khalifa University
- Dr. Ahmed Elmagarmid, Executive Director, Qatar Computing Research Institute, Hamad Bin Khalifa University
- Mr. Carlo Nardi, Strategy Manager, Counter Daesh Strategic Communications Cell

12:00 pm — PRESENTATION: Decision Making in the Disinformation and Deepfakes Era
Mr. Mounir Ibrahim, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, Truepic

12:15 pm - 1:15 pm — Lunch

1:30 pm — PRESENTATION: The Psychology of Misinformation
Dr. Shuki Cohen, Director of the Center on Terrorism at the City University of New York’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice

1:45 pm — PRESENTATION: Disinformation Campaigns in Southeast AsiaMs.
Dr. Mia Bloom, Professor of Communication and Middle East Studies, Georgia State University

2:00 pm — PANEL III: Disinformation in the Marketplace: Financial Effects andCommercial Fallout
FRAMING REMARKS: Mr. Phil Cowdell, Consulting & Strategic Planning Division, The Soufan Group
MODERATOR: Mr. Bobby Ghosh, Journalist and Member of the Editorial Board, Bloomberg

PANELISTS:
- Mr. Bret Schafer, Media and Digital Disinformation Fellow, Alliance for Securing Democracy
- Dr. Marie-Michelle Strah, Professor and Researcher at CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice, ICJ Program
- Mr. John Montgomery, Head of Brand Safety, GroupM
- Mr. Alastair Aitken CBE, Global Managing Director, Storyful Intelligence

3:15 pm — PRESENTATION: The Human Voice: Deception and Misinformation
Dr. Rita Singh, Professor & Research Faculty, The School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University

3:30 pm — Break

3:45 pm — PRESENTATION: How to Identify, Quantify and Respond to Modern Disinformation
Mr. Phil Cowdell, Consulting & Strategic Planning Division, The Soufan Group

4:30 pm — PANEL IV: Disinformation and Legislation: Exploring Policy Options
FRAMING REMARKS: Mr. Nicholas J. Rasmussen, Former Director, National CounterterrorismCenter and Acting Executive Director of The McCain Institute for International Leadership
MODERATOR: Ms. Karen J. Greenberg, Director of the Center on National Security, Fordham Law School

PANELISTS:
- Ms. Keit Pentus-Rosimannus, Member of Estonian Parliament, Former Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Environment, Government of Estonia
- Mr. Mikael Tofvesson, Head of Global Monitoring and Analysis Section, Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB)
- Mr. Charles Spencer, Assistant Director of the International Operations Division, U.S.Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Mr. Jason M. Blazakis, Senior Research Fellow at The Soufan Center, Professor of Practice and Director, Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism at Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

5:15 pm — CLOSING REMARKS
Mr. Christopher Graves, President & Founder, Ogilvy Center for Behavioral ScienceMaster of Ceremonies

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