On 28 September, Inera invites you to a conference that will give people working in IT security in county councils, regions and municipalities an opportunity to learn about new digital solutions and guidelines for information security in the health and social care sector.
Inera’s Per Mützell provides an overview of the components of Inera’s new reference architecture for identity and access. SecMaker’s Jonas Öholm talks about E-identity for the public sector, (Efos):
The launch of EFOS means the creation of a joint solution for professional eIDs for the entire Swedish public sector.
In a unique collaboration between Inera and the Swedish Social Insurance Agency, a foundation has been laid for greater reliability among public authorities when it comes to the use of electronic identification of employees. EFOS will take over from SITHS but will also provide new functions such as the ability to store certificates and keys on carriers other than smart cards.
At the conference, participants will learn about what has already been developed and what is on the way. Inera will describe the current situation, what they consider that the county councils, regions and municipalities should be doing and what help Inera and others can provide. The new infrastructure provides an opportunity to make progress rapidly.
The conference is aimed at IT architects, IT strategists, business strategists and information security managers at county councils, regions and municipalities. The purpose is to talk about what the new requirements mean and how the new solutions can contribute to the development of IT security, particularly when it comes to the protection of privacy-sensitive personal information. The aim is also to provide participants with a greater insight into what Inera is doing in the area of infrastructure so that they can be “prepared at home” and apply what they learn.Listen to the recorded conference here