#DigitalSherlocks: See You In London

360/OS Open Source Summit in London on June 20–21, 2019

The #DigitalSherlocks are coming home on June 20 and 21, 2019.

This year, the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab (@DFRLab) is going big! We’re taking 360/OS to London, an international media hub and source of inspiration for digital investigators worldwide.

Inspired by the famous resident just up the street at 221B Baker Street, #DigitalSherlocks will gather from around the world to build digital resilience together.

360/OS brings together journalists, activists, innovators, and leaders from around the world as part of our grassroots digital solidarity movement fighting for objective truth as a foundation of democracy. Participants will dive into two days of interactive sessions, hands-on trainings, and discussions on emerging technology as a means of discovering the latest techniques in open source, social media, and digital forensic research.

We’ve moved from talk to action, and we hope you’ll join us.

Visit our website and Facebook for the speakers, agenda, and highlights from 360/OS 2018 in Berlin. (360/OS 2018 Day One Album).

This year, the summit will appropriately be held in a physical 360 space, the iconic Roundhouse Theatre, which over the past 60 years has hosted artists that marked the course of history such as David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and the Ramones among others.

Stay tuned for more updates on registration and agenda in the coming month, feel free to reach out to 360@atlanticcouncil.org with any questions, and as always follow the #DigitalSherlocks online @DFRLab.

See you in London!


Graham Brookie is the Director and Managing Editor of the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab (@DFRLab).

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