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Cybercampus Sverige at Cyber ​​Defence Day

Cybercampus Sverige’s Director David Olgart participated in a panel discussion on securing cybersecurity competence at the Cyber ​​Defence Day conference.

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Cybercampus Sverige inaugurated

On 7 February, Cybercampus Sverige was formally launched at a ceremony at the new headquarters in Stockholm, with Minister for Civil Defence Carl-Oskar Bohlin and Minister for Education Mats Persson i...

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With a shortage of hundreds of thousands of cybersecurity experts in Europe, Cybercampus Sweden aims to educate the public on basic digital security issues. The aim is to strengthen society's resilience against cyber attacks.

Cybercampus Sweden aims to secure digital systems

Sweden is exposed to an increasing number of cyberattacks. The new Cybercampus Sweden initiative aims to strengthen the country's resilience by protecting society's vulnerable digital systems. "Par...

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Sweden’s defense and education ministers join KTH President Anders Söderholm for a demonstration of how easily a computer can be hacked. From left, Pål Jonson, Minister of Defence, Söderholm, Mats Persson, Minister of Education, Pontus Johnson, Director of CDIS, and David Olgart, Director of Cybercampus Sweden.

KTH to play key role in Sweden’s Cybercampus

KTH Royal Institute of Technology is to play a central role in developing cyber defense education and research, under the budget proposal announced yesterday for a new Cybercampus Sweden. (Photo: Fred...

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