President and CEO Niklas Flyborg comments:
“Cybercom welcomes the fourth industrial revolution as a tool to drive development toward Agenda 2030. Despite the political turmoil around us, I have noted substantial interest and robust initiatives among our clients to improve society using the opportunities afforded by digitalisation. At Cybercom, innovation, digitalisation and a reduced environmental impact go hand in hand with IT security, transparency and privacy. Our material impact comes mainly through the solutions we develop with our clients, making Sustainable Business an important KPI for us. In 2016, 69% of our business led to positive sustainability effects. In order to further contribute, we have developed our Sustainable Digitalisation Advisor service, which helps our clients to understand how they can have a net positive impact on society.”
Cybercom’s sustainability report is prepared in accordance with the GRI G4 international guidelines for sustainability reporting, Core option. In 2011, Cybercom signed up to the UN Global Compact and complies with its ten principles for responsible business. The report is Cybercom’s annual communication about how we are living up to, and working with, these principles. We use mainly digital channels in our communication. Our sustainability report is the only printed matter that we produce at the group level.
Niklas Flyborg, President and CEO
+46 70 594 96 78
Kristina Cato, Sustainability Accelerator and Head of Communications
+46 708 64 47 02