Networking around how to protect municipalities’ IT environment

Networking around how to protect municipalities’ IT environment
20 September, 2019 NetClean
NEWS 2019/09/20

Networking around how to protect municipalities’ IT environment

Last week, representatives from municipalities in the Swedish region Västra Götaland, law enforcement and the local prosecution services met at NetClean’s offices to share experiences around protecting municipalitites’ IT environments from child sexual abuse material.

Presenting at the meeting were:

  • Jesper Edlind, HR-manager, Kungsbacka Municipality
  • Christina Larsson, CIO, and May Herlin, IT Strategic, Ale Municipality
  • Lena Larsson, Detective Inspector, Teamleader, Child Sexual Exploitation/Child Sexual Abuse team, SC3
  • Björn Komsell, Inspector/Head of Investigations Unit Police Region Väst, RC3
  • Martin Elofsson, Public Prosecutor, Swedish Prosecution Authority

The meeting was one in a number of similar meetings that has been arranged in different Swedish regions, and aimed to increase the understanding of different organisations’ work processes and needs, and strengthen positive partnerships.

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