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EU-HYBNET project invites practitioners and stakeholders from industry, academia, media and NGOs to participate in Future Trends workshop. EU-HYBNET, Empowering a Pan-European Network to Counter Hybrid Threats, is a five year project funded by the European Commission (No. 883054). The EU-HYBNET is a network of security practitioners, stakeholders, academics, industry players, and SME actors across EU collaborating with each other in ever increasing numbers to counter hybrid threats.
The purpose of the workshop is to support the practitioners’ and stakeholders’ everyday work by providing a future outlook for strategic planning and consider consequences of today’s policy choices. This workshop builds on the EU-HYBNET project findings and provides a platform of interaction for various stakeholders. Since the landscape of hybrid threats is continuously evolving, foresight and creative thinking is central for understanding, detecting and responding to emerging threats. The workshop focuses on a more anticipatory and prospective outlook, to in particular highlight the weak signals and outliers of disruptive and paradigmatic change to the European security environment.
Pre-reading to the workshop will be provided ahead of the event to registered participants. In addition to background paper on future trends assessment on hybrid threat perspective, there will be papers on the following topics are meant as guiding questions for the workshop:
Intelligent infrastructures – new IT and smart cities
New geography – changing identities and power relations
New drivers of the information domain – platforms ownership, flows and influence
The event takes place virtually via BlueJeans platform. Agenda and meeting link will be provided closer to the event.
Registration deadline is 15 March.
For more information, please contact:
Emma Lappalainen, email@example.com Project Coordinator/ European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats,