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Sum of All fears Edition FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT IS THE NORDIC IT SECURITY SUM OF ALL FEARS SUMMIT?
The NITS Sum of All Fears Edition is the only dedicated event for the cyber security industry in Scandinavia. It is a very high end and exclusive event capped with only 150 with C-Suites delegates and bonafide speakers from Scandinavia and beyond. It is a day packed with great sessions by the industry experts. You will be sitting at round tables for keynotes, panel debates, fireside chat and more. All facilitated and supported by the NITS Events team.
HOW DO I NAVIGATE MY WAY AROUND THE NITS SUM OF ALL FEARS EDITION?

Address: Royal Swedish Opera Address: Operahuset, Karl XII:s torg 103 22 Stockholm.

When you attend the Sum of All Fears Edition you arrive at the Lobby Area at Operakällaren and collect your badge from the reception and then you will go upstairs to the main conference hall.

The rooms at the Sum of All Fears Edition include:

  • The Conference Auditorium is where you can listen to all of the speaker panels and presentations.
  • Visit the Networking Lounge to interact with your fellow attendees, here you can have 1-to-1 private chats or enter into group conversations
  • Help Desk If you have any queries at any point during the Sum of All Fears Edition you can visit the Help Desk located in the main reception.
PLEASE EXPLAIN HOW NETWORKING AT THE NITS SUM OF ALL FEARS WORKS?
Networking is a key part of any NITS event and the NITS Sum of All Fears Edition is no different. If you are in the Networking Lounge it could not be easier to engage in public or private chats with fellow attendees. During the networking breaks you can have 1-to-1 conversations. You can also network with exhibitors and sponsors by visiting their stand in the networking lounge.
CAN I SET UP MEETINGS IN ADVANCE?

You will be able to request meetings with exhibitors and sponsors before the event. This will be set up soon.

HOW DOES THE CONFERENCE WORK?
There is a packed conference schedule running all the way through the Sum of All Fears Edition.
CAN I ATTEND THE EVENT FROM MY TABLET OR PHONE?

Yes, attendees can experience the full event from a tablet or smartphone/device.

HOW DO I GET ACCESS TO THE NITS SUM OF ALL FEARS EDITION?

You can apply here.

Covid restrictions?

COVID-19 infection control measures in December

In order to limit the spread of COVID-19, the Public Health Agency of Sweden has established a series of preventive measures. Here is a summary of the most recent measures.

The aim is to reduce the risk of spreading the virus and limit the burden on healthcare services while the work to follow the recommended vaccination programme continues.

Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 continues to be one of the most important measures, as well as staying home and getting tested if you have symptoms of COVID-19.

Recommendation as of 16 December for testing on arrival to Sweden

All travellers to Sweden are advised to get tested for COVID-19 as soon as possible after arrival.

This applies to both vaccinated and unvaccinated people as well as those who have had COVID-19 in the past six months. The recommendation also applies to those who have presented negative test results upon arrival. Children below preschool age are exempt.

On 16 and 20 December respectively, The Public Health Agency of Sweden requested that the Government take further measures regarding foreign citizens travelling to Sweden.

For companies and organisations
Guidelines for indoor public gatherings and events as of 23 December
  • Indoor events with more than 20 people attending must be seated.
  • This also applies for indoor public events and gatherings of up to 500 people where those attending must show a vaccination certificate.
  • For indoor events with more than 20 and a maximum of 500 participants that do not require vaccination certificates, groups must be limited to a maximum of 8 people and a distance of 1 meter must be kept between parties.
  • Vaccination certificates are required for indoor events with over 500 participants. Groups must be limited to a maximum of 8 people and a distance of 1 meter must be kept between parties.

Special instructions apply for religious events and are outlined in the current regulations. Furthermore, there are additional regulations on infection control measures that must be taken. These include providing handwashing facilities and information about how to avoid the spread of infection.

Infection control measures for venues serving food and drink as of 23 December

On 8 December, the Public Health Agency of Sweden established general guidelines for venues serving food and drink in order to avoid crowding and enable social distancing.

As of 23 December, only seated customers will be allowed at indoor cafés, restaurants and bars. There must be at least one meter between each party.

All people attending indoor public gatherings and events at a venue serving food and drink must be seated.
Furthermore, there are additional regulations on infection control measures that must be taken. These include providing handwashing facilities and information about how to avoid the spread of infection.