Future Information Security Trends

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Future Information Security Trends
Kasi Research Project Tekes Safety and Security Research Program Final Report, March 11, 2011
Olli Pitkänen, Risto Sarvas, Asko Lehmuskallio, Miska Simanainen, Vesa Kantola Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT / Aalto University Mika Rautila, Arto Juhola, Heikki Pentikäinen VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ossi Kuittinen Sitra

Executive Summary
This report presents the major findings of the research project Kasi – Future Information Security Trends (Kasi – tulevaisuuden tietoturvatrendit) conducted by Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. The project is a part of Tekes Safety and Security Research Program (Tekesin
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Acknowledgements
This report could not have been possible without the vision, support, ideas and expertise of a number of people. Therefore we want to convey our gratitude to the project 's initiators, promoters, industry sponsors, and workshop participants who shared their knowledge and inspiration. The persons and organisations that have contributed to the conception, financing or fulfillment of this effort include: Jussi Jyrinsalo, Jyrki Pennanen, Toni Loivakari, Petri Mäkynen (Fingrid Oyj), Mari Herrala, Timo Kievari, Mirka Meres-Wuori (Finland 's Ministry of Transport and Communications), Vilma Lehtinen (Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT), Gabriel Waller, Kimmo Hätönen, Perttu Halonen (Nokia Siemens Networks Oy), Ossi Kuittinen (SITRA, the Finnish Innovation Fund), Suvi Sundquist, Janne Peräjoki (TEKES), Marja Dunderfelt, Tapio Haapanen, Arttu Lehmuskallio, Seppo Kalliomäki, Titta Penttilä (TeliaSonera Finland Oyj), Anu Helkkula (Aalto University), Matias Vierimaa, Pasi Ahonen, Sami Lehtonen, Matti Penttilä (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland), Jorma Laiho, Olli-Pekka Heinonen, Simo Alho, Mirva Savikko (Yleisradio Oy) and Pekka Nykänen (Pöyry Telecom). Since this project was not an isolated affair, but a part of a more comprehensive national program, we also wish to extend our thanks
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