Mats Ohlin

Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) & ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC27/WG 3

Mats Ohlin has been involved in the computer security area since the beginning of the 80-ies working for the Swedish National Defence Research Establishment, the Swedish Defence Staff and the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration where he currently holds a position as Strategic Specialist in the area of Information and IT Security.

Mats Ohlin has been a member of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27 – IT Security since its start in 1990. Since October 1999 he convenes the WG 3 (Security Criteria) of SC 27.

He has been active in the harmonisation work to establish the international Arrangement for mutual recognition of IT security certificates.

Mats Ohlin has regularly been one of the two Swedish officials in the Senior Officials Group – Information Security (SOG-IS) at the EU commission.

He has been an expert 2003-2005 in the Cabinet Office's Commission investigating Information Security policy and priorities on the national level.

Mats Ohlin holds a M. Sc. from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.

Mats Ohlin has been involved in the computer security area since the beginning of the 80-ies working for the Swedish National Defence Research Establishment, the Swedish Defence Staff and the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration where he currently holds a position as Strategic Specialist in the area of Information and IT Security.

Mats Ohlin has been a member of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27 – IT Security since its start in 1990. Since October 1999 he convenes the WG 3 (Security Criteria) of SC 27.

He has been active in the harmonisation work to establish the international Arrangement for mutual recognition of IT security certificates.

Mats Ohlin has regularly been one of the two Swedish officials in the Senior Officials Group – Information Security (SOG-IS) at the EU commission.

He has been an expert 2003-2005 in the Cabinet Office's Commission investigating Information Security policy and priorities on the national level.

Mats Ohlin holds a M. Sc. from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.