Lukas ANDRIUKAITIS is a nonresident fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab). Previously, he worked as an associate director at DFRLab, based in Belgium.

In this capacity, ANDRIUKAITIS researches Russian disinformation activities; military conflicts in Syria, Libya, and Donbas; and Russian private military groups. He is an open-source methodology trainer, organizing workshops and trainings around the globe. Currently, ANDRIUKAITIS works as a deployment strategist at Palantir Technologies and teaches classes on digital forensics in College of Europe, Natolin. He is also an associate analyst at the Vilnius Institute for Policy Analysis. Prior to this, he worked as the deputy head of the Strategic Planning Division in the State Railway Inspectorate under the Ministry of Transport of Lithuania. A lieutenant in the Lithuanian military, he served in the Lithuanian Special Operations Forces Special Purpose Service as a support officer. He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Vilnius University Institute of International Relations and Political Science.

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