14 May 2014. The UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, the Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt and Migration minster Tobias Billström visited Cybercom's office in Stockholm to discuss the free movement of knowledge and people in the connected world.
Cybercom's CEO Niklas Flyborg held a speech emphasizing that in a world of connectivity there are no borders and it is important for Cybercom to be able to work cross borders also in real life. We are an international company working cross countries – cross cultures – do transfer of knowledge, acting as a catalyst between industries, from telecommunications to industrial to government.
Cybercom's employees and migrant workers participated in fruitful discussions with Ban Ki-moon and shared their experiences.
Cybercom aims to always be an attractive employer for people around the world. Workers migration process must be smooth. Mr Reinfeldt and Mr Billström took interest in this.
Bengt Berg presented Cybercom’s IT Forensic tools, which caught the audience's interest.
Ban Ki-moon talked about the possibilities of connectivity and praised Cybercom for that. He highlighted that Cybercom has signed the Global Compact, and its importance for companies and people around the world. Cybercom's CEO Niklas Flyborg was invited to a meeting in New York to discuss the importance of Global Compact further.
Photo: Håkan Flank.
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