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  • 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: Fredrik Persson)

  • Swedish parliament members visit KTH and the Swedish Defence University to learn about cybersecurity

    At the beginning of the summer of 2023, the Society of Members of Parliament and Researchers, (Rifo), made a joint study visit to KTH Royal Institute of Technology and the Swedish Defence University. The aim of the visit was to gain a deeper understanding of cybersecurity and learn about current investments in research and training in the field.

  • 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. "Part of our mission is to create a new, higher minimum level of cyber hygiene in society," says David Olgart, director of Cybercampus Sweden.

  • Joint forces for a cyber campus

    There is a significant skills shortage in the cyber security area in Sweden. This has led Pontus Johnson, professor at KTH’s Center for Cyber Defense and Information Security, to push for a new cyber campus with several actors, including the Swedish Armed Forces.

  • 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 in attendance.

  • Demonstrating the dangers of phishing

    A government entity visited Cybercampus Sverige Hacking Lab. Demonstrating the dangers of phishing through attacking a smartphone allowed full access.

  • 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.