Internal environmental work

Policy and management

Environmental aspects are included in Cybercom's Code of Conduct. Cybercom’s negative environmental impact must be reduced, the operations should act according to the precautionary principle and contribute through technological progress. As a complement to the Code of Conduct, Cybercom has an environmental policy oriented towards long-term sustainable business.

Cybercom has an environmental management system. The Swedish part of the system is certified under ISO 14001. The company’s environmental policy, environmental targets and action plans manage and track the environmental efforts.

Each office adjusts the general environmental targets and action plans to their specific circumstances.

Internally, Cybercom has made good progress in the environmental area. Externally Cybercom helps clients to implement solutions to reduce negative environmental impact and increase positive impact.


As a service company, Cybercom is primarily committed to reducing the environmental impact of business travel and commuting to and from work. The various IT solutions that employees extensively use for communication with clients and internally help with these initiatives. This has not only reduced travel, it has helped streamline collaboration.

Employees and clients are informed about how Cybercom’s offices can be reached by public transport. All offices have showers and dressing rooms to make it easier to run or cycle to work.

Targets and outcomes

Cybercom is careful with purchasing, and demands good waste management from landlords. Negative impact must be reduced, and Cybercom has identified business travel as the most important key figure that the company can most influence. Travel is measured, managed and monitored.

Cybercom has made progress in the environmental area over time, particularly as regards travel. Business travel has been reduced and more journeys are made by train, as opposed to flying. Cybercom has almost no company cars.

Cybercom encountered problems measuring and following up business travel in 2018 when the travel provider switched reservations systems. As a result, Cybercom had to fill in the gap with manual follow-up of expense reports and is now carrying out a procurement to contract a new travel provider and gain better opportunities for measurement and monitoring.

Emissions are still lower than when measurements began and, overall, Cybercom believes the environmental performance of the business is at an acceptable level.