|23 Nov. 2023 ||
NATO brings together Moldovan and Ukrainian experts to strengthen cooperation against hybrid threats
On 21 and 22 November, Moldovan and Ukrainian experts gathered in Chisinau to exchange experiences on hybrid threats and challenges since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, and to share lessons learned on countering hybrid tactics.
|08 Mar. 2023 ||
NATO team in North Macedonia to help against hybrid attacks
NATO sent a senior-level delegation to North Macedonia on Tuesday (07 March 2023) to help the NATO Ally cope with the consequences of recent hybrid attacks.
|04 Feb. 2022 ||
Deep Dive Recap: Exploring Gender and Hybrid Threats
On the 3rd February 2022, the International Military Staff (IMS) Gender Advisor, Lieutenant Colonel Katherine Prudhoe and staff hosted their first Deep Dive Session on Gender and Hybrid Threats at NATO HQ. The purpose of the session was to build awareness and spark discussion about how gender and hybrid threats affects NATO’s military planning.
|01 Dec. 2021 ||
NATO Secretary General discusses Russia's military build-up near Ukraine, Belarus' hybrid campaign against Allies
Speaking at the Reuters Next conference on Wednesday (1 December 2021), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg shared his views on the current security situation following a two-day meeting of Foreign Ministers in Riga.
|19 Oct. 2021 ||
NATO and Ukraine hold workshop on use of hybrid tactics in multilateral diplomacy
On Friday (15 October 2021), NATO and Ukraine held a workshop on the use of hybrid tactics in multilateral diplomacy at NATO Headquarters in Brussels. Organised as part of the NATO-Ukraine Platform on Countering Hybrid Warfare, the workshop brought together decision-makers and experts from government, think tanks and academia. Participants addressed the risks of hybrid tactics, as well as possible responses.
|01 Oct. 2019 ||
NATO ambassadors and military leaders meet to discuss disruptive technologies
General André Lanata, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, today (Tuesday 1 October) hosted a discussion by the members of the North Atlantic Council and the NATO Military Committee on the impact of disruptive technologies on our future security.
|28 May. 2019 ||
National Security Advisers meet at NATO Headquarters
Allied National Security Advisers and other senior officials met at NATO Headquarters on Tuesday (28 May 2019) to discuss NATO’s approach to countering hybrid threats.
|15 Mar. 2019 ||
NATO and EU discuss defence against hybrid warfare
Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller welcomed European Commissioner for the Security Union Sir Julian King to NATO on Thursday (14 March 2019), for talks on how NATO and the EU can work more closely together to counter hybrid warfare. Hybrid tactics, which include cyber-attacks, disinformation and economic interference, are increasingly used against NATO and EU member countries.
|03 Dec. 2018 ||
Allied Intelligence Chiefs discuss countering cyber-attacks, disinformation
The Heads of Allied Civil and Military, Intelligence and Security Organizations met at NATO Headquarters in Brussels on 29 November 2018 for talks on countering disinformation, cyber-attacks and traditional means of espionage. The conference was opened by Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, together with the Romanian Chair of NATO’s Civilian Intelligence Committee and the Canadian Chair of the Military Intelligence Committee. The Allied Intelligence officials endorsed the framework for the establishment of a NATO Intelligence Academy, and they discussed together with Partner services and the European Union about emerging technologies that have an impact on intelligence and also about NATO – EU cooperation.
|14 Feb. 2018 ||
NATO Deputy Secretary General to speak on Countering Hybrid Threats
On Thursday, 15 February 2018, the NATO Deputy Secretary General, Ms. Rose Gottemoeller will attend a joint German Marshall Fund – Microsoft event on Countering Hybrid Threats. Ms. Gottemoeller will deliver a keynote speech and also participate in a panel discussion.