SIS: Slovakia has not faced a major hybrid campaign yet

Russia, however, is making an intensive effort to gain sympathy from the Slovak public.

(Source: AP/SITA)

Slovakia has not been the target of an intensive hybrid campaign of a state or non-state actor, the Slovak intelligence service stated.

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In the declassified part of its report for 2018, published on June 28, 2019, the Slovak Information Service (SIS) wrote that it has not discovered any vast cyber-attacks aimed at putting infrastructure out of order, nor has it noticed any massive attempts to gain sensitive information, the SITA newswire reported.

SIS did register propagandist activities aimed at weakening the cohesion of the EU and NATO, as well as influencing internal politics and sentiments among the public.

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