Our mission

The Global Asymmetric Threats (GAT) Report aims to disseminate information related to a wide range of unconventional events worldwide, selected and systematised by our international editorial team with attention to events threatening people and State safety and security in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America, Oceania.
The Report covers issues related to CBRNE threats, and also has special coverage for terrorism and counter-terrorism, security and defence technological innovations.
This Report endeavours to build a network of mutual information exchange. To this aim, the report is releases for free and we invite the scientific community to contribute by sending news, events and initiatives of relevance to news.report@osdife.org

The partners

The GAT Report is realized in cooperation by the Observatory on Security and CBRNE Defence - OSDIFE, the University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Department of Electronic Engineering - DIE and the State University of Republic of San Marino, Center for Security Studies – CUFS, and the European Centre for Disaster Medicine – CEMEC.

Featured by OSDIFE

The GAT Report is promoted and coordinated by the Observatory on Security and Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear and Explosives Defense - OSDIFE, was founded in 2010 and hosted by the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”. It is an independent non-profit organization with a strong international vocation which aims at developing and disseminating knowledge related to security, defense and intelligence issues.