Jan Olsson has worked 28 years as a police officer and 10 years as a fraud expert. He was involved in starting the Swedish National Fraud Center in 2013-2014 and are now working at the National IT Crime Center (Noa), Swedish CyberCrime Center (SC3).

Jan holds lectures about 70 times a year in Sweden and in Europe / USA and has medial responsibility over the past 12 years which resulted in many thousands of interviews. He participates in international police cooperation within Europol, Interpol, Ameripol etc. Jan also educates internally as well as externally outside Sweden under CEPOL’s umbrella.

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Panel Discussion: How to bridge the silos of knowledge between the Police and Fintech

11/02/2020 / 17:00 - 17:20

With 400+ Fintech companies in Stockholm and an increasing amount of digital transactions, there has been a need for stepping out of the current ‘isolated way of working’. As today communication is mostly limited to filling- and receiving- of police reports, more comprehensive cooperation between Fintechs and Law Enforcement might be a clear step forward. Despite a significant amount of goodwill, there have been organisational-limits on both sides. This panel focuses on potential future scenarios, current obstacles and pathways to possibly reach the goal to enhance the protection of millions of Fintech users. Every day.