Informationssäkerhet.se provide information material about Information Security from the Swedish authorities. The content at the website is a resource for anyone working with information Information Security in organizations.
CERT-SE is the National CERT of Sweden, and the constituency consists of the Swedish society, including but not limited to, Governmental authorities, Regional authorities, Municipalities, Enterprises and Companies.
The web site provides tips on how you can prevent accidents and injuries at home and in recreational environments. The web site also provides you with the tools for responding in the correct manner when an accident or emergency occurs.
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The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) is responsible for issues concerning civil protection, public safety, emergency management and civil defence as long as no other authority has responsibility. Responsibility refers to measures taken before, during and after an emergency or crisis.
The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) looks for individuals who feel a strong commitment to their fellow man, and who want to develop their abilities and harness them for the benefit of the victims of conflicts and disasters.
This week’s survey by Kantar Sifo shows very small changes. An new question concerns changes over the last 1–2 weeks. The result indicates that about one in ten respondents follows the recommendations to a lesser degree today than they did 1–2 weeks ago. Eight in ten respondents state that they are following recommendations to same extent today as they did 1–2 weeks ago. But 6 per cent say that they are better at following the recommendations today than they were 2 weeks ago.
Almost nine out ten people wash their hands more often, and almost as many keep a safe distance to others, in shops for example. Last week we reported a reduction in changed behaviour – now, a week later, the trend is upward again.