NATO Summit 2023 Event Assessment

In this assessment, you’ll learn:

  • Protests and disruptive activity are likely by Russian-affiliated actors and groups.
  • Diplomatic relations between NATO members and the Russian government will continue to decline.
  • Politically-motivated cyberattacks and hacktivism are also likely.
  • The threat of terrorism to the summit is currently considered low.

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Don’t miss expert analysis from ZeroFox Intelligence researchers about the physical and digital threats ahead of the upcoming NATO Summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, on July 11-12, 2023. Risks can never be completely ruled out given the visibility and significance of this international event.

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