Increasing Societal Resilience to Disinformation

Project DEFUSE

November 8 – 29, 2022

Event Schedule

The DEFUSE program creates public-private engagement as a structured dialogue in order to inform policy creation at various levels of government and in academia. The DEFUSE Roundtables branch into DisInfoTech Working Committees focused on the development of policy proposals with clear curriculum input and research guidance.

Choose how you want to get involved and have a meaningful impact on the fight against disinformation.

According to research conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs for Canada’s Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)


Fallen for Fake News


Say Facebook is Source of Disinformation


Believe it negatively Impacts Politics


Believe the U.S. is Most Responsible

Discussion Leaders

You are the headline speakers at these events! We will guide the conversation, share our experience and research, facilitate the organization of the outputs but the main contribution will come from you.

Christopher Maternowski, PhD

NATO Association of Canada

Claudiu Popa, CISSP, CIPP, CRISC

CEO Information Corporation

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The NATO-funded, KnowledgeFlow-led “DEFUSE” project will tap the research published in a recent Canadian study on “Modern Disinformation Technology Tools, Trends, and Tactics” written by Christopher Maternowski, PhD. and Claudiu Popa, CISSP, CIPP, CRISC in March of 2022 as commissioned by the Defence and Research and Development Canada (DRDC) on behalf of The NATO Association of Canada (NAOC).

Disinformation in the News


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We would like to thank the following organizations for the support in our mission to make Canada #UnHackable.