Interview with Oskar!
The third person out for an interview is Oskar Svedman. We find out how long Oskar has worked at OJCO, in which area he works, what he would take to a desert island and much more! Continue reading to get to know Oskar.
Tjena Oskar, are you ready to be interviewed? Let’s start with some basic questions.
How old are you?
I’m 40 years old.
From what I have heard, you have worked at OJCO for a few years. How many years?
That’s right. I have worked at OJCO in 20 years.
In what area do you work?
Infrastructure and security.
Okay, now we’ll get into some more in-depth questions.
Can you describe what it means to work with what you do?
I work quite broadly. Above all I work to get an overall picture on security. I work both with the bid picture but also with cutting-edge expertise. This means protecting our customers’ IT environments.
What is the biggest differencein IT that you have noticed since you started in the year 2000?
IT is increasingly important for companies, they are significantly moe dependentär allt viktigare för företagen, man är betydligt mer beroende on IT and IT becomes more as a strategy for companies to keep up with. Digitalisation and the security pieces are even more important for a company’s survival. There are several companies that have been hacked and that have fallen over because of it.
What do you consider to be the best thing about OJCO IT and why should customers choose OJCO IT?
We are there for the customer. We have always sold products and solutions that we know work and are good, and we always show up. IT is a changing industry and we at OJCO follow developments all the time.
What would you say is the most important thing about IT security?
It is to have good protection and to have an understanding of the threats that exist today. Noone can be completely protected but you can easily get protection which is good enough, without too complicated solutions. Many attacks today are automated where the ones who carry out the attacks choose the simplest victims first.
When do you have the most fun at work?
I work quite broadly and am interested in a lot and after all these years you get a sense of what is right and wrong. Finding solutions to problems and brainstorming ideas with like-minded people gives me flow, then it’s extra fun to work.
Now it’s a little more personal questions.
What would you take with you to a desert island and why?
Which famous person would you like to have dinner with and why?
Hmmm .. I listened to a good podcast the other day, lecturer Omar Alshogre… He has been imprisoned in Syria in one of the world’s most horrific torture prisons. He told about his life and how he came to Sweden. So I would have liked to have had lunch with him. The reason is because of his history and that he is so positive and happy for life, now afterwards.
What do you prefer to do on days off?
Exercises and spend time with the family.
5 quick questions with Oskar, answer either or, are you ready
Apple or Samsung? Apple
Candy or chips? Candy
Laptop or desktop computer? Laptop
Movies or series? Series
Football or hockey? Hockey