Newsletter December 2020

After quite a different year, we are now looking forward to 2021! 

In the last newsletter for the year, we will tell you little about what is going on in Swedsoft, but also about some of the things that have happened. Among other things, you can read about our upcoming events such as STEW. If you are interested in learning something new before the holidays, you can sign up for the webinar Privacy-by-Design Statistics, which will be held on December 15th.

Last week, the government assignment on Digital excellence released its new report How is digital excellence promoted in Sweden? The report highlights various definitions of digital excellence and statistics (including Swedsoft’s own in both areas). We will continue our work and the next Gathering of Software Sweden in February 2021 focuses on providing input on the proposals that the government assignment has produced.

During the autumn we organized a number of meetings and events, mainly digital such as Lindholmen Software Development Day and Cyber security at Scania. On the theme of cyber security, Swedsoft has also been involved in the work on the Innovation Node for cyber security, which was inaugurated on December 4th.

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