Hur säkerställer vi en gemensam digital infrastruktur som är både hållbar och säker? Genom föreläsningar och samtal med forskare och experter undersöker vi samspelet mellan öppen programvara, cybersäkerhet och digital suveränitet.

Många inom offentlig sektor vill börja använda sig av varandras digitala infrastruktur. Det ökar behovet av säkerhet. I det här temaspåret lyfter vi fram öppen programvara som en central byggsten i den gemensamma digitala infrastrukturen. Vad innebär det för möjligheter och risker? Och vad har det för betydelse för digital suveränitet och cybersäkerhet? 

Under dagen kommer vi att utgå både från ett internationellt och svenskt perspektiv. Vi lyfter bland annat arbetet som bedrivs inom USA:s regering i samverkan med teknikindustrin. Det transatlantiska arbetet mellan nordamerikanska och europeiska länder som börjar ta form. Vi kommer även att anta ett specifikt europeiskt perspektiv där vi ser till hur tidigare ordförandeländer har drivit liknande frågor. 

Slutligen kommer vi att göra ett djupdyk i frågan om hur Sverige kan leda och bidra till utvecklingen kring en hållbar digital infrastruktur – med öppen programvara som en central byggsten. 

Var med och få en inblick i utmaningarna offentlig sektor står inför i formandet av den gemensamma infrastrukturen. 

Sachiko Muto MODERATOR

Sachiko Muto, Ordförande

Sachiko Muto is the Chair of OpenForum Europe. She originally joined OFE in 2007 and served for several years as Director with responsibility for government relations. Prior to OFE, Sachiko worked for several years in public affairs. With degrees in Political Science from the University of Toronto and the LSE, she has been a guest researcher at UC Berkeley and is currently continuing her research at TU Delft on the social and political implications of technological change.

Astor Nummelin Carlberg MODERATOR

Astor Nummelin Carlberg, Executive Director, OpenForum Europe

Astor Nummelin Carlberg is OFE’s Executive Director, responsible for the overall vision, activities of the organisation and policy development. He has extensive experience of European policy making processes, communications and network-building. Astor leads conversations on Europe’s digital challenges and the role of open technologies in achieving its full potential.

Program för detta temaspår

Försnack

Keynote: Max Schrems, Integritetsaktivist

Max Schrems
Max Schrems är en drivkraft i arbetet för internetanvändares digitala integritet och för en uppmärksammad kamp mot nätjättarna om deras datainsamling. Genom domarna Schrems I och II har han lyckats förändra användningen av internet som vi känner till den.

The World: What is Currently Being Done?

Open Source Software makes up a major and critical component in our global digital infrastructure. As with physical infrastructure, it needs maintenance to stay secure and robust. However, in contrast to our roads and bridges, maintenance is often dependent on voluntary resources and short-term business incentives. Vulnerabilities and supply chain attacks can cause serious harm and impact both on business and society at large. This first hour will be opened by a keynote by Brian Behlendorf, and the panel will discuss how interconnected our common digital infrastructure really is, its dependency on Open Source Software, how real the risks are, and what is being done to mitigate them.

Frank Nagle

Frank Nagle, Assistant Professor, Harvard Business School

Frank Nagle is an assistant professor in the Strategy Unit at Harvard Business School. Professor Nagle studies how competitors can collaborate on the creation of core technologies, while still competing on the products and services built on top of them. His research falls into the broader categories of the future of work, the economics of IT, and digital transformation and considers how technology is weakening firm boundaries.

Trey Herr

Trey Herr, Director, the Atlantic Council

Dr. Trey Herr is the director of the Atlantic Council’s Cyber Statecraft Initiative under the Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab). His team works on cybersecurity and geopolitics including cloud computing, the security of the internet, supply chain policy, cyber effects on the battlefield, and growing a more capable cybersecurity policy workforce.

Eugenia Lostri

Eugenia Lostri, Associate Fellow, Center for Strategic and International Studies

Eugenia Lostri is an associate fellow with the Strategic Technologies Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). Prior, she was a Tufts University cybersecurity policy fellow at Lawfare and later interned at the Organization of American States. She previously worked as an adviser at the Secretariat for Strategic Affairs in Argentina.

Sachiko Muto

Sachiko Muto, Ordförande

Sachiko Muto is the Chair of OpenForum Europe. She originally joined OFE in 2007 and served for several years as Director with responsibility for government relations. Prior to OFE, Sachiko worked for several years in public affairs. With degrees in Political Science from the University of Toronto and the LSE, she has been a guest researcher at UC Berkeley and is currently continuing her research at TU Delft on the social and political implications of technological change.

Brian Behlendorf

Brian Behlendorf, General Manager, OpenSSF

Brian is General Manager of the OpenSSF. He has dedicated his career to connecting and empowering the Free Software and Open Source community to solve hard technology problems and have a positive societal impact. Throughout his career, he has worn many different hats – as a startup company founder, as an advisor to the U.S. government, as a board member at various non-profits and consortia, as a YGL and employee of the World Economic Forum, and as an investor.

Georg Kunz

Georg Kunz, Open Source Manager, Ericsson

Georg is an open source advocate and a long-term contributor to a wide range of open source communities and projects. He held the role of Open Source Coordinator in Ericsson’s Cloud R&D organization for several years before joining the Open Source Program Office at Ericsson where he is responsible for guiding Ericsson’s upstream engagement strategy. One of his current focus areas is open source supply chain security.

Europe: Where are the European Voices on these Questions?

Just as on the international scene, Open Source Software plays a pivotal part in our European digital infrastructure. Beyond engineering, economics and innovation, increased political attention is given to OSS solutions as an enabler for interoperability and technological independence. Digital autonomy is a much-discussed topic in Europe. During this hour, the speakers will highlight the possibilities Open Source alternatives bring European countries to stay independent and be able to choose secure technology based on their own needs. We will get a closer introduction to the topic of digital sovereignty, how it relates to the security of our infrastructure, what is being done in Europe, and the road ahead.

Mikaël Barbero

Mikaël Barbero, Head of Security, Eclipse Foundation

Sachiko Muto

Sachiko Muto, Ordförande

Sachiko Muto is the Chair of OpenForum Europe. She originally joined OFE in 2007 and served for several years as Director with responsibility for government relations. Prior to OFE, Sachiko worked for several years in public affairs. With degrees in Political Science from the University of Toronto and the LSE, she has been a guest researcher at UC Berkeley and is currently continuing her research at TU Delft on the social and political implications of technological change.

Adriana Groh

Adriana Groh, Co-Founder, Sovereign Tech Fund

Adriana Groh is the co-founder of the Sovereign Tech Fund, a new programme with the German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate to invest in open digital infrastructures. Previously, she built a project on digital sovereignty, participation and data commons at The New Institute in Hamburg and was the director of the Prototype Fund, an innovation fund of the Open Knowledge Foundation and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

Lunch

Sverige: vad bör Sverige göra?

[This session will be in Swedish] The dependency on Open Source Software is as real in Sweden as it is on the European and global levels. But how aware are we about its importance, and the value it can provide, as well as the approaches needed to mitigate risks? These are critical questions, and considering Sweden taking over the EU presidency in spring of 2023, Sweden has a chance to lead. How can Sweden build on the strategic Open Source focus already laid out by the French and Czech presidencies? How can we leverage and contribute to the initiatives already in place on the European and global levels? In the third and final hour, we will hear a panel discuss and explore these topics in light of what we’ve heard in the previous two hours.

Magnus Enzell

Magnus Enzell, Ämnesråd, Regeringskansliet, Infrastrukturdepartementet

Jimmy Ahlberg

Jimmy Ahlberg, Director Open Source Policy, Ericsson

Jimmy has worked with open source and open standards in various contexts within Ericsson since 2014. He holds a Master of Laws from the University of Gothenburg, and is a guest lecturer at the same university as well as the University of Stockholm and Chalmers University. He is currently working in Ericsson Open Source Program Office (OSPO) with the Ericsson CTO office. He is a board member of, and deeply engaged in OpenChain.

Maria Dahlhage

Maria Dahlhage, Specialist öppen källkod och öppna data på DIGG samt Community manager för offentlig sektors nationella nätverk NOSAD

I över 15 år har Maria arbetat med att digitalisera offentlig sektor och har jobbat i olika sektorer; eHälsa, arbetsmarknad, eHandel, och försvar. Marias erfarenhet från olika domäner och EU-samarbeten har lett till att hon idag är en av förespråkare för open by default där Sverige väljer och delar sina digitala gemensamma resurser som öppna data, API:er, Öppen källkod och öppna standarder.

Astor Nummelin Carlberg

Astor Nummelin Carlberg, Executive Director, OpenForum Europe

Astor Nummelin Carlberg is OFE’s Executive Director, responsible for the overall vision, activities of the organisation and policy development. He has extensive experience of European policy making processes, communications and network-building. Astor leads conversations on Europe’s digital challenges and the role of open technologies in achieving its full potential.

Daniel Melin

Daniel Melin, Strategist, Skatteverket (The Swedish Tax Agency)

Daniel Melin works as a strategist at the Swedish Tax Agency, focusing on cloud computing, GDPR and governmental it services. Daniel had a governmental assignment to participate in the ENISA working group regarding cyber security certification of cloud services. Daniel was also the head of the Tax Agency’s governmental assignment to evaluate the European project Gaia-X. Daniel’s has a background from both the it-industry and the public sector since 1990.

Fika

Keynote: Abbie Richards, Desinformationsexpert

Abbie Richards
Tiktok är en enorm källa till information. Vilka utmaningar skapar det för plattformens unga användare? Abbie Richards är en framstående tiktokare som undersöker desinformation som sprids på plattformen. Hon har även en bakgrund som komiker. Lyssna på Abbie Richards tal där hon bryter hon ner det komplexa informationsflödet med pedagogiska förklaringar och humor.

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