Hybrid Threats


Hybrid threats from State and non-State agents pose a very serious threat to Governments and international organizations. Election periods, for instance, have become a particularly strategic and vulnerable target.

New forms of conflict —the so-called hybrid conflicts— combine the use of military force with other elements. These are advanced threats, manipulation of the information on the Internet and the social media and vectors of economic pressure.


  • Undermining the confidence of the citizens in their companies and institutions.
  • Spreading lack of confidence in the democratic, political and administrative system.
  • Undermining the social cohesion or social model of States, political communities (such as the EU) or international organizations (e.g. NATO).
  • Damaging management or government systems in order to curtail their capacities.
  • Spreading an idea of decadence of a political or business system among the victim’s population or their own population.


The National Cybersecurity Strategy 2019 alerts on a detected upward trend in the so-called hybrid threats, defined as "coordinated and synchronized actions aimed at deliberately attacking the systemic vulnerabilities of the democratic States and their institutions through a wide variety of means, such as traditional military actions, cyber-attacks, information manipulation or economic pressure tools (…)"

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