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TechHeads is a two day conference focused on emerging trends and practices for dev teams, with topics ranging from web, cloud and mobile to security and UX.

September 14 - September 15September 14 - September 15September 14 - September 15September 14 - September 15

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Don’t miss this opportunity to connect and share experiences with fellow tech heads and get inspired by amazing speakers! TechHeads takes place in one of Scandinavia's most active technology hubs with a thriving community of global tech companies as well as innovative start-ups. 

Join us in Kalmar on Sep 14-15 - register today!

Keynote speakers

Amir Elion

Amir Elion

Amazon Web Services

#innovation #amazon

Amir Elion

Innovaton at Amazon

How does a large company like Amazon foster a culture of innovation and continue to operate like a startup in many aspects? In this talk, I’ll highlight what drives Amazon’s long-term innovation at speed and scale, resulting in new offering such as AWS, Kindle, and the Amazon Go Store with “just walk out” technology. I also go through failures such as the Fire Phone and what we learned from it. I’ll explain how Amazon starts from customers and works backward to deliver products and services.

About

Amir Elion has led dozens of management, innovation and soft-skills processes, and has a proven track record of leading successful project, product and solution teams, change management and business processes.

Amir has a passion for innovation and tries to implement and share it with others whenever he can. He currently serves as Digital Innovation Lead at Amazon Web Services.

Anders Arpteg

Anders Arpteg

Swedish Security Service

#artificialintelligence #machinelearning #deeplearning

Anders Arpteg

AI in the service of democracy

If we can use AI for what it's good for and humans for what they are good at, then we have a possibility to maximize the benevolent use of AI. This is what we aim for at Swedish Security Service: to defend the Swedish democracy and make sure that “what should not happen, does not happen".

About

Anders Arpteg, Ph.D., Director of Data Science at the Swedish Security Service (Säkerhetspolisen). Previously heading up research teams at Spotify and Peltarion, worked with national AI initiatives such as AI Sweden and the Swedish AI Agenda, and received awards such as Lifetime achievement in AI.

Anne-Marie Eklund Löwinder

Anne-Marie Eklund Löwinder

Amelsec

#informationsecurity #cybersecurity #internetinfrastructure #DNSSEC

Anne-Marie Eklund Löwinder

What are the keys to the internet and how are they protected?

To protect one of the most important parts of the internet, the domain name system, the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) invented Secure DNS, or DNSSEC. During my presentation I will go through the role of cryptographic keys in securing the DNS, how we safely store and use the trust anchor, give an overview of normal operations, explain the adaptations we’ve made for COVID-19, and the role of trusted community representatives. And tell you about my life as crypto officer.

About

Anne-Marie Eklund Löwinder has been Chief Information Security Officer at Internetstiftelsen, the Internet Foundation in Sweden for almost 20 years. She is ranked as one of Sweden’s leading experts on IT security. She is a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA), Section XII, Information Technology, a board member of the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket), the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (Försvarets Materielverk), the Swedish Tax Agency (Skatteverket), .IE (the Irish top level domain administrator) and the Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute (IRI).

She is furthermore a member of the information security council of the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) and a member of the Swedish National Digitalisation Council (Digitaliseringsrådet), an advisory board to the Swedish government.

As Trusted Community Representative in the role as a Crypto Officer she participates in the DNSSEC key generation for the internet root zone, appointed by the international organization ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers). She is also a member of RSTEP (Registry Services Technical Evaluation Panel), appointed by ccNSO, a part of ICANN.

David Jacoby

David Jacoby

Unbreached / Sprinkler Security Sweden

#hacking #ethicalhacking #exploitation

David Jacoby

How companies actually get hacked!

What actually happens when you click on a malicious link or open that attachment? What about the debate that MacOS is more secure than for example Windows? I will in my presentation go through a MacOS Attack Chain by doing a live hacking session showing Userland rootkits, techniques for Userland phishing, obtaining root access, bypassing password manager and much more. I will also demystify how cyber criminals actually hack into organisations, and demonstrate these attacks.

About

David Jacoby is one of Sweden's least spotlight shy hackers and IT security experts. He has over 25 years of experience in professional hacking and has won several awards both as a speaker and for his unique research and work to stop digital crime.

In addition to his own research, he has provided technical advice to some of Sweden's most successful IT security companies. He has acted as an advisor to books such as David Lagercrantz's sequel to The Millennium Trilogy. He has also been described himself in the books "A Guide to Kernel Exploitation: Attacking the Core", "Generation 500", "Svenska hackare", and most recently "Cybersecurity ABCs". In 2021, Stöldskyddsföreningen (the Anti-Theft Association) gave David his token of merit for his work to stop digital crime.

David is often seen on the TV screen and most recently in SVT's success "HACKAD_ ”where he and his three colleagues hacked Swedish companies live.

David currently runs two of his own companies, Sprinkler and Unbreached.

September 14


09:00

Registration opens


09:30

Pre-conference session with Amazon


11:30

Lunch


12:15

Welcome!

Louise Östlund, Kalmar Science Park


12:30

Keynote presentation

What are the keys to the internet and how are they protected?

Anne-Marie Eklund Löwinder, Amelsec

Developers' track

System architects / Projects Managers / Designers' track

13:30

What's in your application? Securing your code and the things around it

Sebastian Olsson, Truesec

How to build a future tech-stack with microservices

Marcus Persson & Osama Zarraa, Kalmar Energi


14:20

Building scalable micro front-ends on the Jamstack

Samuel Horn af Rantzien, Prismic

Digital Edtech solutions for business and education

Stefan Petersson, Tietoevry & Maxe Axelsson, Edtech Solutions


15:00

Coffee break


15:30

Jetpack Compose, the future of Android user interface development

Robert Söderbjörn, Bontouch

Infrastructure as code (IaC) in practice, how do you really do it?

Andreas Johansson & Henrik Leion, Tietoevry


16:30

Keynote presentation

Innovation at Amazon

Amir Elion, Amazon Web Services


17:45

Social event: networking, food & drinks at our partners’ offices followed by pub night at Pipes of Scotland

September 15


08:00

Keynote presentation

How companies actually get hacked!

David Jacoby, Unbreached/Sprinkler Security Sweden

Developers' track

System architects / Projects Managers / Designers' track

09:00

Security in agile development - is it possible?

Alexander Mohlin, Softhouse Consulting

What are inclusive products and why should I care?

Josefine Söderin, Bontouch & Tommy Feldt, Useit Consulting Sweden


09:50

Why TypeScript matters

Jesper Håkansson, Beanloop

(Presentation will be held in Swedish)

Making outcome-driven product management come to life

Nicole Landgraff, Delibr


10:30

Coffee break


11:00

How to securely fetch cute cats from the Internet

Filip Trönnberg, Bontouch

Web3, bored apes or a decentralized revolution?

Johan Leitet & Niklas Emevi, Linnaeus University


12:00

Keynote presentation

AI in the service of democracy

Anders Arpteg, Swedish Security Service


12:45

Lunch - grab'n go

Venue

TechHeads 2022 will take place at Kalmarsalen in the center of Kalmar.

Kalmarsalen Konferens och Evenemang
Skeppsbrogatan 49
392 31 Kalmar

Accomodation

Special rates (subject to availability) have been arranged for TechHeads attendees at the following hotels:

Calmar Stadshotell
Stortorget 14
392 32 Kalmar
Ph: 0480-49 69 00
Email: calmarstadshotell@profilhotels.se

First Hotell Witt
Södra Långgatan 42
392 31 Kalmar
Ph: 0480-152 50
Email: witt@firsthotels.se

Best Western PLUS Kalmarsund Hotell
Fiskaregatan 5
392 32 Kalmar
Ph: 0480-48 03 80
Email: info@kalmarsundhotel.se

Reservations are made via phone or email, using the promo code "TechHeads".

Social event

In the evening of September 14, our conference partners invite all attendees to a social event. Don’t miss this opportunity to get to know the other attendees and our partners in a more informal setting. Food and drinks will be provided, and the event is free of charge.

More information about the event will be proivded shortly!

Organizers

Kalmar Science Park Logo
eHealth Arena Logo

Conference Partners

Bontouch
Consid
Naviga Content Lab
Softhouse
Tietoevry
Wilson Creative AB

This event is partially funded by the European Regional Development Fund.