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Natasha Msonza is a digital rights defender and trainer. She is currently the director of policy and governance for the ISOC-Zimbabwe chapter and co-founder of the Digital Society of Zimbabwe, a voluntary network of technologists that specialises in building the digital resilience of human rights defenders at risk. Natasha's work involves undertaking organisational security audits and digital security trainings, specialising in gender focused training in particular, supporting human rights defenders. She also conducts research and writes on these subjects, including internet governance.