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The Merge – Computers and Society

February 7, 2019

The Risks with Living and Working in a Digitalized World

Thank you for participating at our breakfast seminar in Stockholm this morning, where we discussed the risk of crimes in the ongoing digitalization and how it affects us personally, our business, our public organizations and society as a whole.

Press here do download the presentation: The merge – Society and Computers The Risk with Living and Working in a Digitalized World

  • Do you know the risks you are exposed to as an individual, and how to manage these risks and prevent them from happening to you?
  • Can your business survive an unforseen event? Like a breach into your IT systems, being exposed to money laundering activities or loss of data for which you have a legal responsibility to protect?
  • Where does the EU and Nordic countries stand today, how exposed are we to risk and what actions have been taken to increase the competence and prevent Cyber Crime and cyber-attacks on our nations?

Read more about Transcendent Group’s service offer within information security here.

For further discussion, please Contact:

Shaun Reardon

Fredrik Eriksson

Shaun Reardon has recently joined Transcendent Group as our first consultant located in Trondheim. He brings with him 26 years of experience from Scotland Yard, working globally in high-tech crime, cyber operations, Intelligence and economic /complex crime such as terrorism, extremism and espionage. Drawn from Shaun’s experience at Scotland Yard, he will share his knowledge and lessons learned from the failure and success of others.

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