Linköping adds a new focus to Cyber Security with this project that will give regional companies increased knowledge on how to avoid and handle Cyber Attacks.
As our world becomes more connected we see an increased need to ensure Cyber Security to protect our data and digital information. Sweden is already a very digital country, it gives us great opportunitys aswell as great challengers. As a digital nation we are exposed to more risk but we also have the competense to protect ourselves. But there is a need for greater knowledge and awareness about Cyber Security.
During the autumn of 2020 we offered a pilot of a Cyber Security- training to innovative companies. Linköping Science Park will also offer a number of open lectures on the subject.
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What happens now?
Our experience of working with this project is that East Sweden is overflowing with competence, knowledge and most importantly a willingness to learn and make changes! Our ambition is that this project will evolve into something sustainable that will help companies and individuals to get cyber secure for a long time to come. But to do this we need your help!
Do you have ideas, expertise or want to contribute in another way, let us know!
Cyber Security Training
During the autumn of 2020 we have given the chance to a group of SME to join a Pilot Cyber Security Training Series. On five fridays the companies will meet together with lecturers on a new subject each week.
The Report- ”Cybersäkerhet – en kartläggning av Sveriges nuläge 2020 och framtidsutsikter för branchen”
Linköping Science Park has together with Security Link, LiU, KTH, Chalmers and FOI conducted a study on the current situation of Cyber Security in Sweden. The focus of the study has been to map existing companies within the Cyber Security-area, predictions on the market growth, the access to competence and mapping future research areas. The study was funded by Tillväxtverket.
As a part of the project we have put together an Advisory Board with representatives from different industries and of several competences. The board works as a reference group to the Training Series.
Zeraldin Hajdarevic, Technical and IT-infrastructure manager at AB, Östgötatrafiken
Conny Ljungqvist, Co-founder and CEO, Link22
Fredrik Gustafsson, professor of Sensor Informatics, Linköpings universitet
Leif Nixon, Cyber Security Expert, Sectra
Tina Lindgren, Information Security Consultant at Combitech AB, Combitech
Annika Avén, Ansvarig Cyberförsvar, SOFF
Madeleine Kempe, Head of IT Risk and Security, Saab
Anders Karlsson, CIO, Väderstad Holding AB
Alf Westerdahl, Head of IT Security, Tekniska Verken
Patrik Sandgren, Teknikföretagen
Masse Antonsson, CIO, Specialfastigheter Sverige
Matilda Claussen-Karlsson, Associate, Advokatfirman Delphi