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Sweden presents joint report on trends in information security

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Published: 2015-05-20 kl. 10:30
The development of information technology creates national and global challenges and new opportunities. It is a development that challenges many traditional ideas and has resulted in new forms of interaction between people. These changes also make society more vulnerable, entailing huge challenges for security. This increasingly unpredictable and complex development emphasises the need for an operational and comprehensive analysis of international developments.

With the report Information Security trends 2015. A Swedish perspective, the Swedish Armed Forces, the National Defence Radio Establishment, the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency and the Swedish National Bureau of Investigation have jointly produced a report which presents the Swedish perspective on information security work and the trends they see as of today. We hope that it will offer a rewarding reading experience and useful support to everyone working with information and cyber-security.

Information Security – trends 2015: A Swedish perspective
The development of information technology creates national and global challenges and new opportunities. It is a development that challenges
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