From the Public Affairs area of LLYC we are launching a Security, Defense and Aerospace office at a time when the new era of conflicts requires a review of the strategic framework of Spain and the European Union, where the dialogue between the public and private sectors must adapt to a scenario of global instability.
The new service will advise companies and organizations that need an in-depth understanding of the political and regulatory ecosystem, as well as design strategies for public affairs, institutional relations and advocacy in activities related to the land, naval, aeronautical and space sectors, as well as cybersecurity and secure electronic communications. The office seeks to contribute to current and future debates that will determine Spain’s capabilities and strategic autonomy, such as the creation of a national space policy or the definitive implementation of U-Space. In addition, it wants to highlight before the administrations industrial projects in relation to security, defense and aerospace that seek to be implemented in Spain.
The office has specialists in defense policy, the Armed Forces and intelligence for comprehensive advice to customers. Among them are Constantino Méndez, former Secretary of State for Defense; Pedro Méndez de Vigo, brigadier general (R) of the Army; and Eugenia Hernández, director of the Intelligence unit of the UAM, professor in the Higher Course of Intelligence of the Armed Forces, professor of IR at the UFV and member of the Observatory of Military Life in the Congress of Deputies.