Webinar: Tech Talks

How will we handle threats to humanity?

Securitas, Safeture and Kaspersky Lab

Duration:  80 minutes

Language: English

Date: 28th of January, 2021

Join the discussion with three experts on Threats to humanity, the Evolution of hacking and Macro-trends. During this hour we will cover everything from the history of hacking to discuss crises with a huge impact on humanity, not to mention macro-trends that transform our lives. 

The convergence of emerging technologies including artificial intelligence (AI) and quantum computing is enabling us to consider a wider range of questions once thought out of reach.

Learn more about: 

  • How will we handle threats to humanity? Pandemics, climate change, energy crisis... how do we accelerate the process of discovery to address this class of systemic challenges?
  • The Evolution of Hacking. A review of the methods and techniques we have seen from the early '80s until today.
  • What does the evolution look like in the digital underworld and what are the common features.
  • 3 Macro Trends that will change your workplace.

Featured Speaker


I am the CEO of Safeture and a sales and marketing lover with a long and successful track record of building fast-growing companies on the international stage. I am also the co-founder and previous CEO of Strossle International, a media-technology company founded in 2014. It goes without saying that I love technology, innovative ideas and music.


CTO and Quantum Technical Ambassador
Technical spokesperson for IBM, and spots and evangelizes about coming trends. As technical advisor for Swedish enterprises and organizations I drive innovation, digitalization and the adoption of new technologies such as AI, internet of things, blockchain and quantum computing. I have experiences ranging from chasing nano seconds in system designs to finding suitable business models.


Senior Security Researcher for Kaspersky Lab, TV Hacker and Nerd

I am a security evangelist currently working as Senior Security Researcher for Kaspersky Lab. My responsibilities include vulnerability and threat research. I also perform a lot of product and security audits, penetration tests, security research and public speaking engagements around the world. My day to day job is to fight cybercrime and to increase awareness of the current and future threats and vulnerabilities to which both consumers and large enterprises are exposed to.