City of Gothenburg’s CIO about protecting work computers

City of Gothenburg’s CIO about protecting work computers
30 August, 2019 NetClean
NEWS 2019/08/30

City of Gothenburg’s CIO about protecting work computers

Why is it important that a local authority, or a business, works to stop child sexual abuse material?

Malin Lundqvist, Chief Information Officer at the City of Gothenburg, talks about the effects that they have seen from protecting their work computers and how this work helps ensure that they uphold both the law and the City’s values.

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