AI to detect toxic online communication

Using AI to detect toxic online communication

Safeguarding our communities relies increasingly on our capacity to monitor and interpret the vast data streams across social networks. Lisa Kaati, a docent at Stockholm University, stands out as one of the leaders in this domain. Her work involves identifying patterns of toxic online communication to preempt acts of violence and enhance public safety.

Kaati’s methodology combines sophisticated data science techniques with sharp analytical thinking to uncover complex behavioral patterns that often go unnoticed. Using AI, she filters through enormous datasets to pinpoint potential threats—a task nearly impossible for human analysts alone. However, Kaati emphasizes that AI is a tool to aid human analysts, not replace them. This balanced approach ensures that decisions about potential threats remain nuanced and considerate of complex human behaviors.

Practical impact and innovations

Kaati’s research yields tangible benefits, shaping protocols that may prevent crises. In response to the growing demand for practical solutions based on her research, Kaati co-founded the Mind Intelligence Lab. This initiative turns theoretical insights into practical tools that law enforcement and educational institutions use to identify and mitigate risks. Kaati’s work exemplifies the potential of AI in transforming security practices. Her research contributes significantly to the development of new strategies for managing public safety in urban environments.

Integrating her findings into practical applications showcases how theoretical research can lead to tangible improvements in community resilience.

Looking ahead

As digital communication evolves, the need for alert monitoring of online spaces becomes increasingly important. Researchers like Lisa Kaati are crucial in developing technologies that enhance societal safety. Their work addresses current challenges and anticipates future security needs, providing the actors in our ecosystem with the tools and knowledge needed to adapt and thrive in a changing digital landscape.


News from Kista Science City

Hello and welcome to our newsletter – your go-to source for updates from the Kista Science City community. From inspiring local activities to insights and initiatives that shape a sustainable tomorrow, we’ve got you covered.

This month, we’ll cover reflections and community highlights from MWC 2024, and explore the intersection of defense and innovation in Sweden, where the collaboration between the civil and defense sectors is enhancing national security. We also spotlight the development of digital twin technology, with ongoing projects from MIT, KTH, RISE, and the City of Stockholm. Initiatives driving change in urban planning and sustainability efforts.
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Mobile world congress 2024

Photo credit: Ericsson

Mobile World Congress

Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024 has wrapped up. The annual world-leading event brings together industry leaders and innovators from across the globe to showcase the cutting edge of mobile technology. This year’s event was rich in innovations, demos, and discussions focusing on what’s on the horizon for mobile connectivity and its impact on our world.

Key takeaways:

5G and beyond: A hot topic of MWC 2024 was on the development and standardization of 6G technology. This included talks on how these advancements would impact various industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, and transportation. Ericsson and Sivers semiconductors were among the many Swedish companies showcasing their technologies and applications of 5G and their move towards 6G.

Artificial intelligence (AI): Artificial intelligence (AI) unsurprisingly remained a central theme at MWC 2024. From optimizing network performance to streamlining operations and personalizing user experiences, we can expect AI to play an increasingly crucial role in shaping the future of mobile technology. During MWC, Intel took to the stage to showcase their latest advancements in the field of AI, demonstrating how their technologies can modernize and help shape the future of network and edge computing.

Sustainability and inclusivity: Many companies demonstrated the potential of innovative technologies to foster more inclusive and sustainable communities worldwide. Ericsson is one of them, highlighting their efforts in driving positive change, ensuring broader access to technology, and moving towards sustainability within the tech sector.

Börje Ekholm, CEO at Ericsson comments, “What we see here is a convergence of trends. We see the AI, we see the cloud, and we see mobility converging. And as I see it, mobile connectivity will be the critical underpinning to scale Cloud and AI very fast. This will put demands on the networks. It will require ubiquitous coverage, high performance, flexible and programable networks.” He adds, “That’s a new era we’re entering, where 5G plays a big role because 5G has new features like speed, latency, quality of service, location. All of that will be used for enterprise digitalization. I think this is exciting.”

The insights from MWC 2024 paint a picture of a future where tech continues to push boundaries. As we move towards a more connected, intelligent, and inclusive world, the innovations showcased during MWC pave the way for an exciting technological journey ahead.

Digital twins and real-world impact

Digital twins & real-wold impact

In a world of rapid tech advancements, Kista’s tech ecosystem spearheads digital twin advancement, with numerous companies and research teams pushing technological boundaries and demonstrating real-world applications across urban development and environmental sustainability.

The mix of digital twin projects underscores the importance of collaboration in driving new tech advancements. Within this ecosystem, a multitude of local research initiatives, and market- and government-driven projects are interconnected through overlapping project and reference groups. Datasets are shared among these projects to enrich the digital twins with diverse perspectives, enhancing their utility and scope, and creating an innovative arena for idea exchange and discoveries. This collaborative environment not only accelerates technological progress but also strengthens Kista’s role in hosting and fostering transformative projects in this field.

The potential of digital twins

A digital twin is a dynamic replica of a physical entity or system, bridging the physical and virtual worlds through data and simulation. This enables businesses and researchers to understand complexities, predict future conditions, and make informed decisions in real time.

Digital twins are applied in areas like urban planning, infrastructure, healthcare and manufacturing, offering unique insights into system performance and environmental impact. Lucas Uhlén, project leader at Kista Science City, highlights the practical benefits of these technologies, saying: ”Just as a shared blueprint guides everyone from plumbers to electricians in a building project, digital twins achieve a similar unity. They bring cross-disciplinary teams onto the same page, ensuring projects evolve smoothly from concept to integration. This approach fosters a common understanding of a challenge and its dependencies, which is vital for aligning diverse expertise and streamlining the development and maintenance of complex solutions.”

Spotlight on digital twin projects

Kista is home to several initiatives that showcase the practical applications and benefits of digital twins. From enhancing urban planning to optimizing environmental sustainability, these projects represent the cutting edge of digital twin solutions:

Digital Vision Kista, a collaborative partnership including the City of Stockholm, KTH, Ericsson, RISE, and Kista Science City, is pioneering the development of a visual 3D model for the Kista area. By integrating data from building plans, environmental sensors, and traffic patterns, this digital twin visualizes traffic flows and infrastructural changes. It offers valuable insights for traffic management and building energy needs throughout various stages of construction and use. The project aims to transform IoT sensor data into actionable insights for municipalities, demonstrating a model for leveraging digital twins in sustainable urban development and aligning with Agenda 2030 objectives.

Project Gemini is a collaboration between MIT and KTH through the Senseable Stockholm Lab, focusing on the impact of traffic flows on emission levels. Through the integration of emission sensors and traffic data, the project seeks to understand and mitigate environmental impacts in urban settings. This initiative illustrates how local synergies and shared data platforms can significantly contribute to developing sustainable urban environments.

Digital Vision Sverige, led by RISE, is an initiative to advance digital twin development across Sweden’s urban planning sector. By integrating data from multiple sources, digital twins offer a comprehensive view of urban landscapes, facilitating better planning, decision-making, and collaboration. This initiative aims to foster a resilient society prepared to face climate change, green transitions, and future crises through informed, data-driven strategies.

Synergies and collaboration

As the exploration and expansion of digital twins continue, Kista emerges as a focal point for this technological progress. Recognized by municipalities, academia, and industry alike as a natural hub for innovation, Kista facilitates a collaborative environment for knowledge exchange and the development of testbeds. In doing so, it plays an important role in realizing the potential of digital twins for the benefit of society and people.

Do you want to know more about Kista’s platform for testing and development of digital twins? Reach out to Lucas Uhlén at Kista Science City.

Civil tech to power up defence

Civil tech to power up defence

With global security challenges on the rise, the integration of new technologies into the defense sector has become a priority for Sweden. Central to this initiative is the effort to bridge the gap between the civil sector’s technological solutions and the defense industry’s specific needs. Sweden’s rich ecosystem of startups and scaleups is increasingly recognized as crucial to strengthening Sweden’s framework as these companies offer groundbreaking innovations and fresh perspectives that help navigate the challenges of modern security threats.

Bridging civil and defence sectors

Shared visions and increased collaboration between the civil and defence sectors are key. There is a pressing need to close the gap that has been widening between these sectors, and actors across the spectrum call for a more integrated approach. The synergy of civil sector innovation and defence expertise safeguards national security.

A tradition of innovation

Sweden’s role as a pioneer in technological innovation is a strategic asset in its defence policy. As security concerns increase, we must ensure that Sweden remains at the forefront of defence technology, ready to meet the challenges of tomorrow. This includes investing in research and development, encouraging cross-sectoral knowledge exchange, and creating an environment where innovative ideas can flourish and be rapidly deployed.

The role of startups and scaleups 

Startups and scaleups are essential partners in driving technological advancements in the defence sector. Their agility, innovative approaches, and groundbreaking technologies are critical for enhancing Sweden’s defence capabilities, making their involvement essential for the nation’s security framework. To boost this involvement, there is a need for supportive frameworks that facilitate these partnerships, including funding mechanisms, regulatory support, and platforms for collaboration.

Insights from the Swedish Minister for Defence

At a recent event on Defense and Innovation, Swedish Minister for Defence, Pål Jonson, stressed the critical need for innovative solutions amidst growing security challenges in Sweden and Europe. Jonson acknowledged the civil sector’s significant role and potential in enhancing Sweden’s defence through technology and innovation. He also emphasized the government’s desire for more coordinated efforts in innovation and for lowering the barriers for new companies to contribute to the defence sector.

The event brought together a mix of cutting-edge startups and scaleups, and decision-makers to explore the potential of civil sector innovations in meeting defence needs.

The minister directly addressed startups and scaleups: “I’m here today because I need your help. We want to work more with you, and we need to make this journey together to make Sweden safer, now and in the future” the minister stressed.

Partnering for a secure future

Collaboration, innovation, and a shared commitment to security are vital for tech companies and the defence sector alike. By embracing these principles, Sweden and Europe can navigate modern security challenges, ensuring a safer tomorrow.

This discussion underscores a collective ambition to not only address current security challenges but also work proactively to prepare for the future. Central to these efforts is the role of startups and scaleups, whose groundbreaking innovations are key to driving  Sweden’s technological advancements in defence.

However, this requires an ecosystem that supports innovation and new partnerships, ensuring accessible funding, supportive policies, and platforms that foster cross-sectoral collaborations. The way forward is marked by collaboration, innovation, and a shared commitment to national and global security.

New funding and collaboration opportunities

Sweden and Europe are responding to the need for defense innovation by introducing several key funding and collaboration opportunities. These efforts aim to engage startups and scaleups, empowering them to bring innovative solutions to the defense sector. By focusing on these companies, the goal is to make the defense industry more dynamic and responsive to evolving security needs.

Some of these initiatives are:

European Defence Fund (EDF)
A European Commission initiative, aimed to support collaborative defence projects. It focuses on funding the development of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) at various stages, from research to market deployment.

NATO Innovation Fund (NIF)
Aimed at enhancing NATO’s innovation ecosystem, NIF supports deep tech innovations in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). It facilitates the commercialization of technologies vital for the Alliance’s security by addressing the funding gap in the market.

An acceleration program and network of test centers connecting startups with end users, scientists, and integrators to promote the development of dual-use deep tech solutions for NATO.

Säkerhets- och försvarsföretagen (SOFF)
A trade association for the security and defence industry in Sweden. SOFF works to improve market access and trade opportunities for companies within the sector, fostering a competitive business environment.

As a network and knowledge hub, SME-D promotes collaboration, competence development, and experience exchange. Its goal is to enhance the competitiveness of its members and ensure the continuous supply of skills in the industry.

Safety in the digital age

Safety in the digital age

Perceived safety is a growing concern in cities across Sweden. As urban populations grow and environments become more complex, these challenges underscore the importance of creating secure, inclusive spaces for all residents. New technologies and models for collaboration offer key solutions to understanding and addressing these issues. This evolving landscape presents a prime opportunity for small tech companies to play a role in developing smart city solutions.

In 2023, the Safety Lab (Trygghetslabbet) served as a platform for municipalities, companies, and researchers to collaborate and explore innovative methods.
Several activities and initiatives took place within the Safety Lab framework and this article highlights two.

IMY pilot measuring public safety

This collaborative pilot investigated grey areas in data protection regulations, aiming to improve public sector efficiency and service while protecting citizen rights and privacy. The project, involving Kista Science City, IMY, IoT Sverige, and the City of Stockholm (Trafikkontoret), utilized LiDAR sensors to assess the effectiveness of safety measures by measuring movement in public spaces.

The “regulatory sandbox” format guides in interpreting and applying data protection regulations and opens doors for small tech companies to navigate complex regulations. This investigative and dialogue-based approach offered valuable learning and sharing opportunities for participating tech companies and stakeholders. The final report facilitates further understanding and serves as a reference for future projects navigating complex technology and legal grey areas.

Forum for urban safety with IoT

A series of workshops, aimed to accelerate learning and problem-solving through collaboration, focusing on leveraging Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to address urban safety concerns with a specific interest in ethics and integrity. These sessions brought together diverse stakeholders to brainstorm, share insights, and pilot innovative solutions directly impacting urban safety and community well-being. Nationellt forum för trygget i stadsrummet

Lucas Uhlén, project leader at Kista Science City, explains: “Our workshops were designed to initiate a testing environment where the focus was on how IoT can enhance the feeling of safety. By bringing together various actors, we sought to enhance our understanding of how innovative solutions can contribute to a safer, more appealing society.”

Uhlén further emphasizes the importance of early legal inclusion: “Engaging with legal experts from the start ensured our initiatives were grounded in respect for privacy, setting the course for this initiative but also setting an example for future projects.”

A model for the future

The Forum’s inclusive and forward-thinking approach complements traditional project methods. Integrating various stakeholders and legal considerations from the outset offers a valuable strategy for responsible and inclusive innovation across different sectors.

The Forum has laid the groundwork for future innovations, demonstrating the importance of collaboration, foresight, and a commitment to ethical principles in the pursuit of public safety.

Opportunities for businesses

The needs-based pilots in the Safety Lab have opened doors for small tech companies to break new ground. By understanding the public sector’s needs, participating in pilots, and actively engaging with stakeholders, companies can unlock valuable opportunities.

  • Gain early insight: Gain crucial knowledge about the market framework and stay ahead of the curve by understanding evolving needs.
  • Influence the market: Actively participate in pilots to shape future regulations and standards, ensuring your voice is heard in shaping the industry’s direction.
  • Drive market growth: Contribute to the overall growth of the IoT and public safety market through your innovative solutions, fostering a safer and more secure future for communities.


Read the report Trygghet-i-stadsrummet to learn more about the projects and how innovative solution are shaping safer urban environment.

The Scale Hub

The Scale Hub

For scaleups with global ambitions

Scaling is intense. That is why Scale Hub isn’t. We’ve designed a module based platform to fast-track your growth.

The Scale Hub is for founders that have successfully navigated the startup journey and are ready to grow. Our focus is transformative tech companies redefining entire sectors while contributing to a sustainable future.

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Access to experts


Access industrial peers and experts in intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, sales and marketing, design and packaging, and talent attraction.

Access to markets

Fast-track entry into new markets and tech segments by connecting with customers, distributors, and strategic partners to drive global sales growth.

Access to capital

Gain access to both private and soft capital through our national and global network, mastering your financial strategy and paving the way for your success.

What we are looking for

We focus on tech entrepreneurs who have successfully navigated the early stages of the startup journey and are now focused on scaling their operations. Our primary emphasis is on groundbreaking technologies with the potential to revolutionize industries and societies.

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The Scale Hub’s is for companies with:

  • A team of 10 employees.
  • An achieved 20% annual revenue growth over three consecutive years.
  • Successfully raised seed capital.
  • Registred as a Swedish AB.

We’re always open to exploring potential collaborations and opportunities. If you’re interested in joining or discussing how we can work together or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to book an introductory meeting with Arash Sangari.

Computer and System Architecture meetups

The CaSA meetups: Building bridges in computer and system architecture

The Computer and System Architecture (CaSA) Meetup series has emerged as a key hub for bridging minds in the field. Organized by Jonas Svennebring, Jakob Engblom, and Magnus Karlsson, this initiative is gearing up for its third gathering in Kista this March. The Meetup series stands out not just for its focus on deep technical discussions, but for its commitment to fostering a community spirit where ideas and innovations thrive.

Inspiration and objectives

Jonas Svennebring, Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation and one of the founding members, shared the origins of the CaSA Meetup series:

– The inspiration comes from a popular Linux conference in Paris called Kernel Recipes where a limited number of participants gather in a relaxed setting to talk about tech and eat good food. We liked all aspects of this and thought it would be great to have something similar locally. A smaller, regular event near work seemed perfect for us.

CaSA Meetup is about bringing together like-minded individuals to share knowledge, discuss emerging trends, and, importantly, enjoy good company. Svennebring points out that while the organizers are all employed at Intel, CaSA is a personal initiative driven by a shared passion for technology. The meetups serve as a platform to step out of one’s technological niche and explore the dynamic landscape of innovations within computer and system architecture.

The format

The format of CaSA Meetups is designed to maximize interaction and engagement. Svennebring explains:

– What we have tried so far, and that seems to work very well, is starting with two presentations of about 30 minutes each, followed by a break for networking and snacks. This setup naturally encourages participants to discuss the presentations just witnessed and build upon them. We then rejoin for a Q&A session with the presenters. Having had time to break the ice, participants often engaged in lively discussions. The underlying idea is to help attendees meet, form new connections, and exchange ideas. While presentations are crucial, the discussions they spark are equally significant.

The CaSA Meetups have proven to be an effective platform for lively discussions, with attendees keen to return for more. This enthusiasm underscores the success of the event’s format, which is curated by Jonas and the organizing team. Their focus is on fostering an environment that encourages open dialogue and collaboration among professionals from both industry and academia. By managing the size of the meetups, they ensure each event remains a place for meaningful engagement, preserving the series’ blend of intimacy and interactivity.

The Kista spirit

Choosing Kista as the venue for CaSA Meetups was a natural decision for the organizers. Apart from its accessibility and the organizers’ professional ties to the area, Svennebring highlights Kista’s vibrant tech ecosystem as a key aspect right from the start.

– There was never any doubt that we would go for Kista. There’s so much interesting tech development going on in the area, and we already have strong connections to companies and innovators here. Our collaboration with Kista Science City has been crucial for getting started. Working with Mikaela Färnqvist has been very smooth. It’s also nice to be able to hold the meeting high up in the Kista Science Tower (thanks Vasakronan!). It really adds a special atmosphere to the meetings.

Join CaSA Meetup #3 in March!

On March 13, the CaSA community will meet again, this time to delve into the theme of RISC-V. “We have two really exciting speakers, so it promises to be an engaging session. This area has received a lot of attention in recent years but also presents significant challenges. As always, we look forward to the enjoyable discussions over drinks and snacks that have become the trademark of our meetups!” says Svennebring.

📅 March 13
🕒 17:00 – 21:00
📍 Kista

Are you interested in the cutting edge of computer and system architecture? CaSA Meetup #3 in March is your opportunity to join a community of like-minded individuals who are all about sharing knowledge, sparking innovative discussions, and building connections in a relaxed and welcoming environment.

Don’t miss out – Sign up today! >> Computer and Systems Architecture meetup – Kista Science City

Bringing ideas to life in Kista

Do you have an idea for an event or a community initiative that could enrich the Kista ecosystem? Kista Science City offers support to turn your vision into reality. Reach out to us, and let’s make it happen together!

Grundläggande cybersäkerhet - utbildning för små och medelstora företag

När allt fler produkter kopplas upp och verksamheter digitaliseras ökar både företagets sårbarhet som kraven från myndigheter och kunder. Händelser i vår omvärld bidrar till en allt större hotbild mot företag. Vikten av strukturerad och strategisk cybersäkerhet hos små och medelstora företag har aldrig varit större.

Utbildningen Grundläggande cybersäkerhet ger dig en grundläggande förståelse för cybersäkerhet, en djupare förståelse för vissa begrepp och bidrar till stärkt säkerhetsmedvetande och säkerhetskultur.

Det här är till för dig som:

  • är anställd i ett litet eller medelstort företag med tillväxtambitioner, och där digitala teknologier är en central del i företagets affärsmodell.
  • har grundläggande kunskaper om IT-system.
  • vill öka din förståelse för cybersäkerhet.

– Återkommande incidenter och rapporter visar på hur affärskritisk cybersäkerhet är. Tillsammans med flera andra science parks kraftsamlar vi för att hjälpa mindre företag att höja sin kompetens inom området. Nu finns möjlighet att gå en utbildning som kan vara ett första steg för att öka kompetensen och medvetenheten om cybersäkerhet, säger Karin Bengtsson, VD, Kista Science City.

Nya hot, trender och juridik

Biträdande professor Mikael Asplund vid Linköpings universitet kommer att leda kursen och säkerställa att du får en grundläggande förståelse för cybersäkerhet. Målet är att avmystifiera viktiga begrepp och skapa förutsättningar för en stärkt säkerhetskultur och medvetenhet.

Utbildningen kommer att behandla flera centrala teman. Dessa inkluderar cybersäkerhet i en samhällskontext med fokus på historiska sammanhang, nya hot och trender, samhällets sårbarhet, motreaktioner och juridiska aspekter.

Anmäl dig till Grundläggande Cybersäkerhet idag! Utbildningen är kostnadsfri och stänger för anmälan den 4 mars. Begränsat antal platser. så skicka in din ansökan redan idag!.
Mer information hittar du här.

Grundläggande Cybersäkerhet är en del av Sweden Secure Tech Hub som medfinansieras av Europeiska Unionen.

Sweden Secure Tech Hub

Utbildningen är en del av initiativet Sweden Secure Tech Hub där sex Science Parks har gått samman för att skapa erbjudanden kring cybersäkerhet. Utbildningen kommer alltså även att genomföras i Göteborg på Lindholmen Science Park, Blue Science Park i Karlskrona, Ideon Science Park i Lund, Luleå Science Park och Kista Science City.

Utbildning i Grundläggande cybersäkerhet

Utbildning i Grundläggande cybersäkerhet

Bredda din förståelse för cybersäkerhet

I kursen Grundläggande cybersäkerhet får 100 deltagare nationellt en grundläggande förståelse för cybersäkerhet, en djupare förståelse för en del begrepp och lär sig att bidra till att skapa förutsättningar och kunskap för stärkt säkerhetsmedvetande och säkerhetskultur. Kursen ges av Linköpings universitet och leds av biträdande professor Mikael Asplund.

Kursen har tagits fram gemensamt av Linköpings universitet och Linköping Science Park. Kursen ger 3 högskolepoäng och har därmed även examinationsmoment som måste godkännas för att få godkänt på kursen och inrapporterade poäng. Utbildningen är helt kostnadsfri.

Ansök till Grundläggande cybersäkerhet

Ansökan är öppen! Skicka in din ansökan senast 4 mars.

För att delta i utbildningen behöver du godkännande från en chef.  När du ansöker dig till kursen anger du kontaktuppgifter till denne så tar Linköpings universitet kontakt med hen. Om du själv har rådighet att bestämma över din medverkan i utbildningen så kan du skriva in dina egna kontaktuppgifter.

Ansök här!


Sakarias Strand

Viktiga datum

Sista ansökningsdag: 4 mars 2024
Antagningsbesked: lämnas efter 10 mars 2024
Workshop 1: 9 april, kl. 9-12
Workshop 2: 23 april, kl. 9-12
Workshop 3: 14 maj, kl. 9-12
Workshop 4: 28 maj, kl. 9-12
Workshopar kommer äga rum i Kista
Inlämningsuppgift klar: 10 juni

Utbildningen behandlar följande teman:

  • Cybersäkerhet i en samhällskontext: historiskt sammanhang, nya hot och trender, samhällets sårbarhet, motreaktioner, juridiska aspekter.
  • Begrepp och förutsättningar: information, kommunikation, konfidentialitet, riktighet, tillgänglighet, tillgångar, hotmodeller, risk, skyddsåtgärder.
  • Riskhantering: definitioner, metoder för att skatta risk, bedömning av hot, ansvar och roller, problem med överdrivna säkerhetsåtgärder.
  • Cybersäkerhetskultur: riskmedvetenhet, cybersäkerhet med människor i fokus, incidenthantering.

 Kursen ges på svenska men kurslitteratur på engelska kan förekomma.

Sweden Secure Tech Hub

Kursen ges i samarbete med initiativet Sverige Secure Tech Hub. Sweden Secure Tech Hub hjälper små och medelstora teknikföretag att skapa säkrare digitala produkter och lösningar – redan från design- och utvecklingsfasen. Här erbjuds olika resurser och tjänster, från inspiration och kompetensutveckling till konsultstöd, testmöjligheter och hjälp med att hitta finansiering för konkreta utvecklingsinitiativ. Mycket av det hubben erbjuder är helt kostnadsfritt för ditt företag.

Sverige Secure Tech Hub är en nationell innovationshub inom cybersäkerhet i samarbete med sex av Sveriges ledande science parks inom teknik och digitalisering. Linköping Science Park, Lindholmen Science Park (Göteborg), Ideon Science Park (Lund), Kista Science Park (Stockholm), Luleå Science Park och Blue Science Park (Karlskrona).

Om Grundläggande cybersäkerhet

För vem?
Kursen riktar sig till små och medelstora företag med tillväxtambitioner och en verksamhet där digitala teknologier är en bärande del i affärsmodellen. De anställda som går utbildningen ska ha ett intresse och behov av att utveckla sin kunskap kring cybersäkerhet.

Syftet med utbildningen är ge deltagarna en grundläggande förståelse för cybersäkerhet, att avmystifiera en del begrepp, och att bidra till att utveckla förutsättningar och kunskap för stärkt säkerhetsmedvetande och säkerhetskultur.

Kista Science City och partners ansvarar för hur utbildningsplatserna fördelas.

Kursens upplägg
Kursen består av självstudier i kombination med fyra stycken lärarledda workshopar för fördjupad diskussion och utbyte mellan deltagare.

Workshoparna äger rum i Kista

Kursen erbjuds även i Göteborg, Linköping, Lund, Luleå och Karlskrona via städernas egna Science Parks. Du anger i anmälan vilken stad du vill gå kursen i.

Rekommenderade förkunskaper är grundläggande kunskaper om IT-system.

Efter avslutad kurs förväntas deltagaren kunna:

  • Beskriva hur samhället och enskilda organisationer kan påverkas av cyberangrepp och kunna skilja mellan sannolika och osannolika hot.
  • Redogöra för grundläggande begrepp inom cybersäkerhet och riskhantering och relatera dessa till praktiska situationer som kan uppstå i en organisation.
  • Utföra enkla riskanalyser och identifiera behov av djupare analys.
  • Beskriva förutsättningar för en fungerande cybersäkerhetskultur.

Utbildningen examineras genom:

  • Aktiv närvaro vid schemalagda moment, betygsskala betygsskala U, G (1,5 hp)
  • Skriftlig individuell uppgift, betygsskala U, G (1,5 hp)

För godkänt slutbetyg på utbildningen krävs:

  • Minst 75% aktiv närvaro vid schemalagda moment samt godkänt genomförande av individuell uppgift.

Betygsskala: Tvågradig skala, U, G

Övrig information
Uppdragsutbildning är en utbildningsform som styrs av förordningen om uppdragsutbildning vid universitet och högskolor (SFS 2002:760). Planering och genomförande av kursen ska utgå från kursplanens formuleringar. Den kursvärdering som ska ingå i varje kurs ska därför behandla frågan om hur kursen överensstämmer med kursplanen. Kursen bedrivs på ett sådant sätt att likvärdiga villkor råder med avseende på kön, könsöverskridande identitet eller uttryck, etnisk tillhörighet, religion eller annan trosuppfattning, funktionsnedsättning, sexuell läggning och ålder. Om det föreligger synnerliga skäl får rektor i särskilt beslut ange förutsättningarna för, och delegera rätten att besluta om, tillfälliga avsteg från denna kursplan.

Utbildningen ges som uppdragsutbildning, vilket innebär att den ges på uppdrag av företag och organisationer (juridiska personer) i syfte att kompetensutveckla personalen. Du kan inte gå kursen som privatperson eller som anställd vid en enskild firma. När du ansöker till utbildningen kommer du att få ange kontaktuppgifter till din närmsta chef som får godkänna din medverkan.