Caroline Engvall in an interview from #skillnadpåriktigt 2017

Caroline Engvall in an interview from #skillnadpåriktigt 2017
5 July, 2018 NetClean
NEWS 2018/07/05

Caroline Engvall in an interview from #skillnadpåriktigt 2017

Caroline Engvall, journalist and author, about the developments on the issue of child sexual abuse, what she believes is the most important mission ahead, and the thoughts behind her best-selling book ’14 Years and For Sale’.

The development of the fight against child sexual abuse was the theme of NetClean’s annual conference #skillnadpåriktigt 2017. The conference, that was co-hosted with ECPAT Sweden, aimed to highlight those that make a real difference in the fight against child sexual abuse.

Registration is now open to #skillnadpåriktigt 2018, October 1.
Read more and register here.

Others also read

May25
Driving a scale-up
Driving a scale-up

Over the past year, we’ve transformed NetClean completely. We’re taking the company from the start-up phase to the scale-up phase and finally, we’re in the process of expanding.

May09
NetClean Strengthens Leadership Team with Appointment of CFO
NetClean Strengthens Leadership Team with Appointment of CFO

NetClean, the fast-growing Swedish software company that provides products to detect and block Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) in corporate IT environments, further strengthens its leadership team.

Apr01
When the threat comes from inside
When the threat comes from inside

Insider threats are becoming a burning issue for organizations globally, as a single act of an employee could cost a fortune for the company’s security. Employees with a sexual interest in children are posing a great risk for any company.

Feb17
Is Child Sexual Abuse seen as a “soft crime”​ by businesses?
Is Child Sexual Abuse seen as a “soft crime”​ by businesses?

Is certain misuse of company assets perceived as less risk to the IT security due to the nature of the crime? Are they being overlooked simply because they are considered to be “soft crimes”?