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Update on tenders and calls-for-proposals in EU security (17/05/2017)

1. Development, supply and testing of a Galileo open service authentication user terminal (OS-NMA) for the GSA Development and supply of at least 3 prototypes of an open service navigation message authentication user terminal, meeting smart (digital) tachograph application’s requirements at a sufficient level of maturity to, at a minimum, carry out a demonstration in…

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Both “sides” of Brussels moving rapidly to counter hybrid threats

By BROOKS TIGNER , BRUSSELS – Because hybrid warfare observes no rules, both the EU and NATO have necessarily had to play catch-up with Russia, a country that has a long history of not playing by the rules when it comes to sabotage – which is simply what the fancy term of hybrid warfare actually means.Moscow’s obfuscating propaganda leading up to Russia’s annexation of Crimea in March 2014, its cat-and-mouse military tactics in eastern Ukraine and its cyber and informational interference in the media and electoral processes in Europe and elsewhere have been the defining examples.While NATO and the EU cannot match the propaganda resource of Russia, they are finally starting to throw up the kind of defences and counter-responses needed to keep the threat at bay, if not contain it. Each is developing new capabilities to do this and both are modulating their annual crisis management scenarios to simulate cyber-attacks against critical infrastructure, for example.More strategically, they are working on...