Legal resilience debated at Hybrid CoE’s flagship conference in Helsinki

Hybrid CoE held its flagship conference Outside and inside the law: Countering hybrid threats in the legal domain on Thursday 4 November at Pörssitalo, Helsinki. The conference brought together over 130 participants from 24 Participating States, the EU and NATO. The event included three panels with invited speakers elaborating on different aspects of legal resilience in national legislation, international institutions and organizations, and in the field of international law. 

The event was held physically under the Chatham House Rule, but short interviews with some of the conference speakers will be released on our website within this article during the week following the conference.

Dr Aurel Sari, keynote speaker at Hybrid CoE’s flagship conference, explains why it is important to consider law in the context of hybrid threats.
Dr Aurel Sari on future developments to follow in the context of law and lawfare.
Sandra Kalniete on the EU’s toolbox to counter hybrid threats and how it should be developed.
Sandra Kalniete on setting rules on data.
Sandra Kalniete on regulating accountability and transparency of platforms.
Major General Michel Friedling on hybrid threats in the space domain and what law has to do with it.
Major General Michel Friedling on how dependant we are on space.
Merle Maigre on regulating the cyber space within the international community.
Merle Maigre on cooperation in setting international norms and standards for cyber space.
Martijn Rasser on risks involved in dependencies concerning global supply chains.
Martijn Rasser on dangers of using apps like TikTok.
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