Dmytro Zolotukhin is an information security expert with over 15 years of Experience. He served as Ukraine’s Deputy Minister of Information Policy (2017-2019) and has also held various operative and analytical positions in Ukraine’s national security authorities, particularly in providing relevant and valuable information to the management, searching, systematization, monitoring, and analysis of data in various industries (including oil refining, machine building, military and technical cooperation, etc.).
He researches and popularizes competitive intelligence technology, information and analytical support methodologies for business, protection of commercial structures from “black PR”, negativity, and information aggression in Ukraine.
Mr. Zolotukhin also consults Ukraine’s Information Analysis Center at the National Security and Defense Council on information verification and use of online investigative tools, as well as the promotion of cooperation ideas with research teams including Ukraine@War and Bellingcat.
Dmytro holds a Master’s degree in International Business Management from the Ukrainian State University of Finance and International Trade. He is the author of numerous articles on the protection of Ukrainian online information spaces and is the organizer of the first conferences on competitive intelligence in Ukraine.