November 25, 2020

From countryside kid to cyber advisor

Today to save the world - or accelerate a company - you need to be a superhero. An “organizer” like Barack Obama, to innovate - and fail fast - like Thomas Edison. You must execute as quickly as Google, to provide a Steve Jobs experience and to be as zen as the Dalaï Lama.

By trying hard to be a generalist, I became a cyber expert.

Yes, I got my room wired to the Internet back in 1995, a wave just after the pioneers. Still, that took me many experiments since I started working in 1999 in Finland, the Silicon Valley of Europe back then. After polishing, I develop a unique cyber (security/compliance/resilience/ethics) approach that works, supported by science and data. At last, I could participate in saving my kids from cybercrime and the chaotic side of our digitally enhanced/dependent world.

Related Posts


Weekly Cyber Inspiration

Stay ahead of what cyber trends are coming next before it knocks on your office door.

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.