CYNIC – Meet


Cybersecurity & Digitalization – From SMEs to Authorities

30 March 13:00 – 15:00 CEST


During the last years we have taken large steps into the future of a digitalization. It has been a necessity in the time of the pandemic, to stay competitive on a global market. We are using new ways to communicate and collaborate, and the interest for technical solutions that support working and meeting online increases – so is the interest from cyber criminals.

CYNIC – Meet will be an online event with experts from the field, both SMEs and representatives from Finnish and Swedish authorities will present their keynotes and share new insights and knowledge about cybersecurity and digitalization.

The event is open and free for everyone who registers.

About the speakers

Albert Altman

Co-Founder & CTO at Cyberty AB

Albert is a senior security professional with a strong presence in security architecture, white-hat hacking, and IAM(Identity and Access Management). Albert has been working with security in the military, health care, government, intelligence services, retail, transport, finance, and manufacturing within all areas, from infrastructure to the business.

Helinä Turunen

Information Security Specialist at National Cyber Security Centre of Finland

Helinä works as an information security specialist at The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC-FI). Their work touches a variety of information security topics. Focus on human oriented and intersectional, user friendly infosec is the driving force in their work. They work to empower others to make the most out of their skills, while challenging existing beliefs and pushing for more.

Tom Tuunainen

R&D Developer, Centria University of Applied Sciences

Tom Tuunainen is responsible for the information security laboratory ‘Centria SecuLab’ in Pietarsaari. As a R&D Developer at Centria, he is involved in many different research and development projects. In addition to research and development, he also teaches technical subjects.

Josefin Lassinantti

Specialist in open data, working with the Swedish data portal at DIGG – The Agency for Digital Government

DIGG is focused on building a common digital infrastructure for the Swedish public administration and their sub-contractors (and for everybody else who wants to use it), aiming to achieve a sustainable welfare society, intensify the digitalisation of Sweden and battle fragmentation. As part of this effort, DIGG is responsible for developing the Swedish data portal which is the national hub for data sharing in Europe, both data that is open and data that is shared by other means, where information security and interoperability are key aspects. More broadly, DIGG develops several digital resources as part of a digital infrastructure for all, resources that can enable cost efficient and safe IT-development.