Association “InfoSpetsNaz” for the first time in the world presented system information about a hybrid war

The presentation of the First Public Report of the Association “InfoSpetsNaz” took place on October 3 in Moscow: “Hybrid war: history and modernity”

Des­pite the fact that interest in such a phe­nomen­on as a hybrid war is high in Rus­sia and in the world and is grow­ing every year, there is prac­tic­ally no open access to inform­a­tion about it.
The first Pub­lic Report of the Asso­ci­ation “InfoS­pet­sNaz” for the first time in the world presen­ted sys­tem inform­a­tion for an unlim­ited audi­ence. The Report reflects both the his­tor­ic­al roots of the emer­gence and form­a­tion of a hybrid war, as a means of lat­ent influ­ence on the policies of oth­er coun­tries, and the ana­lys­is of mod­ern meth­ods of recog­niz­ing and coun­ter­ing inform­a­tion threats.

Asso­ci­ation “InfoS­pet­sNaz” was cre­ated on Septem­ber 7, 2018. The object­ives of the Asso­ci­ation include the devel­op­ment and imple­ment­a­tion of sys­tem tech­niques to counter and pre-empt inform­a­tion threats at all levels. One of the first devel­op­ments of the Asso­ci­ation is the draft UN Inform­a­tion Charter. It is the prin­ciples of this organ­iz­a­tion that under­lie the ideo­logy of the Asso­ci­ation, and it is with the United Nations that the Asso­ci­ation plans to work closely in the future.

By the end of the year, Pro­fess­or Igor Nikolaevich Panar­in, the head of the Asso­ci­ation, plans to hold present­a­tions of two more Pub­lic Reports: on the issue of com­bat­ing ter­ror­ism and pub­lic dip­lomacy.