Nordic IT Security conference returns to Stockholm
Nov 06, 2017

Annual Nordic IT Security conference, organized by Copperberg AB, returns to Stockholmsmässan, Stockholm on the 7th of November, and this year - sets out to protect the value chain of society.

In a matter of one day, 1000 experts from across the world will have a chance to listen in on 6 specialized tracks and 35 presentations that will cover key security issues in IoT, Media, Defence, Money, Personal and Public Sectors. Attendees will also be able to meet and network with some of the leading companies in the industry, the likes of Spotify, SANS, Synopsys, in the open exhibition hall.

Meanwhile, conference also aims to address important Nordic specific topics by hosting panel discussions with experts and thought-leaders. These will specifically cover the constantly changing landscape of cyber threats and the role of media in the era of disinformation.

“The new world of IT-security is a world we have not been part of before. Hybrid infrastructures, mobile workforces, data protection regulations, IoT and disinformation are things that are rapidly setting their footprint on how the security landscape is shaped today. We recognize the world has and continues to change, and businesses is changing, so, the event has been evolving accordingly. We are looking forward to set the platform for such an important discussion,” said Copperberg Managing Director, Lisa Bergström.

To attend, anyone can complete a simple online registration form on the event’s webpage and receive one of the limited free tickets available.

About the company
Copperberg is the specialist events organizer. Dedicated for senior executives from global organisations - our events are giving you the tools to improve short term results whilst simultaneously designing robust future strategies.

Copperberg’s goal is to accelerate growth and progress within organizations and across industries.

For more information, please or contact:
Julia Volyanska, Copperberg AB,
Magnus Eriksson, Stockholmsmässan,, 08-749 43 30

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