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Katarína Klingová is a research fellow at the GLOBSEC Policy Institute in Bratislava. A member of GLOBSEC’s Strategic Communication program, she has helped the institute prepare publications on disinformation such as Information War Monitor since 2016. Prior to joining GLOBSEC, Ms. Klingová worked as a researcher and project coordinator at Transparency International Slovakia, and she also currently contributes to the research of the International Republican Institute’s Beacon Project. Ms. Klingová has authored or co-authored numerous scholarly analyses on foreign disinformation and subversion in Central Europe, including Vulnerability Index: Subversive Russian Influence in Central Europe and Countering Information Warfare – Lessons Learned from NATO Members and Partner Countries. She earned her master’s degree from Central European University in Budapest.