The [InfoSec] Stack
We discuss, analyze, and educate in the field of information security. Our aim is to touch on all subjects, from regulatory compliance and new laws to current cases, leadership, and business culture.
This episode is centered around the recent news that the Swedish eSam collaboration program, which comprises representatives from government authorities, municipalities and other public administrations, have tested and evaluated a number of different office suites that comply with the public sector’s security, regulatory and functionality requirements. The project is a direct result of announcements earlier this year by the Swedish Enforcement Authority and Swedish Tax Agency that they are planning to actively consider alternatives to Microsoft Teams as a collaboration platform due to privacy concerns.
This ongoing trend of betting on European suppliers instead of the American and Chinese hyperscalers is a very interesting situation that seems to be on the verge of happening all across Europe.
We also talk about the lack of European suppliers of core digital services, EDPB and data transfers.
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About the podcast
What is information security? What are the requirements for regulatory compliance, and what does it mean? Are there any new laws that will affect our continued ability to drive digital transformation? Why will business culture be a decisive factor in making our IT strategy work?
Many things affect our digital stack right now, and it is not always easy to know how to act. If you also find this a bit challenging, this is the podcast for you.