Jan Olsson, Police Superintendent, Swedish Police Authority, Swedish Cybercrime Center, SC3
Jan Olsson has 28 years of experience in police work and over the past 10 years, he has worked specifically against fraud. He was formerly coordinator at the National Fraud Center at the police and has since November 2018 been at Swedish Cybercrime Center, S3C. Jan is a celebrated national and international lecturer and expert in media on issues related to cybercrime... and fraud.
Helena Wall, Head of Fraud Intelligence, Nordea
Helena has worked in Nordea for 19 years and has been focusing on Online and Cyber related security and Fraud for the last 10 years. Helena is currently heading the Fraud Intelligence team, within Fraud Management, which supports Nordea and its customers and stakeholders with insights and advice. Helena is, since 2016, a Certified International Fraud Examiner by ACFE.
Kristine Helen Falgren, Special Advisor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark
Kristine Helen Falgren has extensive experience in working with innovation in both Iceland and Denmark. Her main focuses have been to support business development for startups working with ICT and commercialization of research within ICT. From 2014-2018 she was the CEO of an investment company owned by the IT University of Copenhagen that invests in both startups... and spinouts. Kristine is currently working as a special advisor for the tech team at Invest in Denmark in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. As an advisor for Invest in Denmark, she is focused on supporting FdI where the business model is extensively based on digital and emergent technologies and furthermore responsible for promoting Denmark internationally as an attractive test-bed for digital development. A recent ongoing project is an international marketing campaign on AI, more specifically the ethical and responsible use of AI – an area where Denmark aims to be a front-runner. Kristine has been very active in both the Icelandic and Danish start-up scene and participated in several start-up competitions as a judge as well as having organized and co-organised many startup events and conferences. She has sat in several boards in tech startups and also been the CEO of a robotics company. Kristine holds an MBA from Reykjavik University.
Marcus Brandel, Head of Card fraud prevention, Swedbank AB
Marcus Brandel works as Head of Card fraud Prevention at Swedbank Group. He has a broad experience, +13 years, from various commercial and strategic roles within Swedbank, mostly in the retail and investment banking sector. The latest positions includes leadership roles within Card Payments, fraud prevention and e-commerce credit and risk optimization. Marcus has... been working extensively with the fraud requirements within PSD2 RTS, fraud from a holistic perspective trying to connect payment fraud with card fraud, as well as with introducing machine learning systems for fraud prevention into Swedbank card issuing organization.
Ulrika Sundling, Information Security Officer, Uppsala University
Ulrika Sundling works as an Information Security Officer at Uppsala University since January 2017. Ulrika also holds a BSc in Computer Engineering and prior to January 2017, worked as a Police Superintendent at the Swedish Police Authority, Department of National Operations (NOA), leading work related to fighting Cybercrime issues.
As an Information Security... Officer at Uppsala University, Ulrikas’ overall responsibility is to ensure that the information processed and kept by Uppsala University is well protected and handled securely. Key areas of responsibility involve making sure that Uppsala university can provide policies and guidelines, perform information classifications and risk analysis. Education and training (raising awareness) are also very important priority for Ulrika.
Nicolas (Nico) Fischbach, Global Chief Technology Officer, Forcepoint
As Global CTO, Nico drives corporate level vision, defines the research agenda and pilots technology and architecture roadmaps which underpin Forcepoint’s human-centric cybersecurity solutions. He is responsible for company-wide innovation as well as Forcepoint Security Labs, and is instrumental in developing thought leadership for the brand. In addition, Nico leads... the office of the CTO, pilots C-level engagements with chief security strategists and architects, and sponsors University R&D partnerships and Raytheon technology transfers. Prior to this role, Nico led Forcepoint’s cloud-first transformation as the CTO for the company’s cloud security business, where he oversaw technical direction and innovation. Before joining Forcepoint, he spent 17 years at Colt, a global B2B service provider, starting as a senior network engineer and being ultimately responsible for company-wide strategy, architecture and innovation. Under his leadership Colt received significant industry awards as a SDN, NFV and telco transformation pioneer. Nico is a recognized authority on Service Provider security as well as on next-generation network and cloud architectures, holding a master’s degree in networking and distributed computing from Pierre and Marie Curie University, a master’s degree in computer science from Institute of Information Technology and a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the Robert Schuman University Institute of Technology. He is also an advisory board alumni of a number of companies and devotes time to the community as a member of The Honeynet Project, a research organization dedicated to internet security.
Jonas Danson, Senior Group Security Advisor, Ericsson
Jonas Danson is working in the Ericsson Group Security’s global information security team. This team steers and coordinates Ericsson’s overall efforts on cyber and information security, privacy and overall risk management, within this area in support to the fulfillment of Ericsson’s business objectives. Jonas Danson brings... to the table the combination of operational background and Group Function experience where the combination of cyber and information security, continuity and crisis management makes up a strong foundation for the discussion on what makes an organisation cyber resilient.
Shane Murion, Security Specialist, Skandia Bank
Shane has worked with computer systems for over 30 years as a researcher, consultant and developer. Shane is currently part of the Application Security team at Skandia which provides guidance, training, analysis and security testing as part of the concern’s secure development process. Shane has worked at Skandia since graduating from a masters in Cyber Forensics... from Edinburgh Napier in 2017.
Jan Persson, Senior Security Advisor, SEB (Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken)
Jan Persson is Senior Advisor to Chief of Staff in SEB, which is a leading North European bank with approximately 15,000 employees and current operations in some 20 countries. Prior to his current position, Jan was Head of Group Security in the bank for more than 15 years. Before joining the bank, he held different security positions in the private sector. He has... also served in the Swedish Security Service and as a police officer at the Stockholm County Police. With his broad experience in the security field with a special focus on Cyber Fraud, Fraud Prevention and Risk Management Jan has supported foreign investors in the Baltics and the former Soviet Union. He holds a Master’s Degree in Estonian and Economics. Until 2018, Jan was Director of the Board and vice chairman of the International Banking Security Association, IBSA. In 2008 he was awarded the Annual Security Grant from the Swedish Confederation of Enterprise.
Liviu Arsene, Global Cybersecurity Researcher, Bitdefender
Liviu Arsene is a Global Cybersecurity Researcher for Bitdefender, with a strong background in security and technology. Researching global trends and developments in cybersecurity, he focuses on advanced persistent threats and security incidents while assessing their impact in critical public and private business infrastructures. His passions revolve around innovative... technologies and gadgets, focusing on their security applications and long-term strategic impact.