Lodrina Cherne is a champion for security in the digital forensics and cybersecurity industries. As Principal Security Advocate at Cybereason, she drives innovation and development of best practices related to cybersecurity standards and policy. Cherne is also a Certified Instructor at the SANS Institute where she helps information security professionals advance their foundational understanding of digital forensics. Cherne’s role as a Researcher at the Technology and Social Change Project at Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center also works to frame technology in the public discourse about the reliability of information online. Cherne has earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Boston University and has participated in the TELI program at Aspen Tech Policy Hub.