the Four it security experts write about the information that has been collected to 2.7 million recorded phone calls to 1177 Vårdguiden been on an open web server, without password protection or other security on the internet. Digital disasters threatening according to the authors society digitisation and the citizens ' trust. I agree with you.
In the article you ask yourself exactly that: ”Someone put in a cord. A mistake. That can happen to anyone.” The förlöjliganden that quickly spread about the ”small cord” undermines confidence in the entire social system. But they also put your finger on a very important issue: How to deal with our personal data anyway?
We need to think of how we all – together – in an increasingly faster digital development to be able to maintain a high level of protection of our personal data and avoid digital disasters. A sustainable digitization assumes that development goes hand in hand with the ethics and legality of
In several posts and articles recently have been published calling for a public conversation about the development and ethical, integrity related, legal and societal consequences of digitalisation.
our Vision is a sustainable digitised Sweden. By digital security to people, companies and organizations feel trust and confidence in the use of digital services.
It's a great goal and vision. We remain at the forefront of our living conditions gradually improved. Digital opportunities should be taken advantage of. But, in a responsible way. The key words here are ”sustainable” and ”security”.
Businesses that handle personal information have a huge responsibility to not only enthuse about what goes on, without at the same time take into account what we get and what we should do. A development that does not take into account ethical and legal aspects are quickly becoming unsustainable. Digital security is created by systematic quality control
Digital security is created by those that offer digital services are taking responsibility for data about us to be treated in a proper and legal manner. There are no shortcuts, it requires a long-term and systematic quality control.
This shows that no chain is stronger than its weakest link. And that we need to work with to raise the understanding, knowledge and respect for the privacy of digitisation.
Lack of expertise, financial incentives, carelessness or naivety in the face of the risks leads inevitably to the loss of trust and confidence. Deficiencies in responsibility leads to that digital security can be maintained.
the Broad perspective is needed. In order to avoid disasters must digitalisation go hand in hand with, among other things, ethics and legal frameworks. Weak links must be strengthened. Only then can we achieve a sustainable digital development that deserve citizens ' trust.