Last Tuesday, Portugal became the 27th participating state of the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats. With this decision, Portugal aims to reduce the vulnerability of potential cyber-attacks and misinformation.

Since its creation on the 11th of April 2017 by Finland, Sweden, United Kingdom, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, France, Germany and the United States, 18 other countries have since joined. The Center cooperates closely with the EU and NATO and its main objectives are to discuss and share best practices in combating hybrid threats.






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