As more and more of our lives become digitalized, our privacy and societal infrastructure becomes more vulnerable to failures and malicious acts. To ensure a continued and increasing utility of the digital services, it will be imperative to ensure the trustworthiness of the system. This includes aspects of privacy, security, integrity and reliability. It must be possible to rely on that critical services always functions as intended, without unexpected interruptions, failures, or breaches.
This session will discuss these aspects, both from a societal point of view, as well as potential technical solutions.
Session chair: Andreas Wolfgang, Qamcom
Håkan Sivencrona, Chief Safety Officer, Zenseact
Speaker: On the importance of reliable information provided by 6G systems for vehicular applications
Responsible for keeping Zenseact number one when it comes to safety strategy, products and compliance. Passion for safety related applications and systems such as ADAS and ADS since 1998. Dedicated to functional safety and functional safety management and specifically ADAS and ADS systems. International expert in the Working Group 16 (now WG 8), the group producing the standard ISO 26262 since 2007 (in Swedish group since 2005).
Sonja Buchegger, Professor at Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (KTH)
Speaker: Security and privacy aspects for 6G wireless systems
Sonja Buchegger is a professor of Computer Science at KTH Royal Institute of Technolgy, Stockholm, Sweden, at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), in the Theoretical Computer Science division (TCS). She also coordinates the security cluster of the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP). Her research interests are in privacy-enhancing technologies, decentralized communication systems, and more broadly in security and networks.
Staffan Truvé, CTO and co-founder, Recorded Future
Speaker: Cyber security in future networks
Staffan Truvé is co-founder and CTO of Recorded Future. Previously he was CEO of the Swedish Institute of Computer Science and Interactive Institute. Staffan has co-founded more than a dozen high tech start-up. He holds a PhD in computer science from Chalmers University of Technology and an MBA from Göteborg University. He has been a Fulbright Scholar at MIT. His interests include artificial intelligence and information visualization. Staffan is a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences.
Jan-Peter Bengtsson, Business Developer and Spectrum Coordinator, Teracom AB
Speaker: Robust and secure wireless networks for mission critical applications
Jan -Peter Bengtsson works with business development and Spectrum coordination at Teracom. Teracom is an independent network provider focusing on quality and robustness. It has a nationwide main grid and access network designed for high availability and redundant routing.