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    A "new normal" for business travel

    Since the pandemic hit, business travel has been paused indefinitely. Eventually, we will meet clients and co-workers in person again, but we will likely do so in a way that is more thoughtful and cost-effective. A “new normal” for business travel is foreseen, so how should businesses rethink their current travelling practices?

  • What is social engineering and how to prevent such attacks?

    What is social engineering and how to prevent such attacks?

    Social engineering (social manipulation) is one of the most widespread cybersecurity attacks. But what is it and how can your business, or even you as an employee, prevent such attacks from succeeding–or prevent them from happening altogether?

  • User experience in the electronic health record of the future: What does it look like?

    User experience in the electronic health record of the future

    The electronic health record of the future (EHR) must meet the users’ needs and solve the tasks an EHR should solve. At the same time, it needs to have an improved structure that provides easy access to the most used elements for the majority of users today, and in the future.

  • Key findings on cybersecurity from the Hidden Statistics report 2020

    Key findings on cybersecurity from the Hidden Statistics report 2020

    According to this year’s Hidden Statistics report carried out by The Norwegian Business and Industry Security Council (NSR), 59% of the companies that have been victimised of cyberattacks in 2019 identified the incident by chance and not as a result of well-established routines, policies and security frameworks. Here are some of the key findings from the report.

  • Bug Bounty: Inviting ethical hackers to find bugs in Visma applications

    Inviting ethical hackers to find bugs in Visma applications

    In software products and services, there is always a risk of bugs and vulnerabilities. Through our Bug Bounty program, we and our partner companies invite ethical hackers to help us find these vulnerabilities, so that they can be fixed faster.

  • From IT graduate to software developer

    From IT graduate to software developer

    Thais, one of our Danish colleagues, is both a trained software engineer and a media scientist. The combination of the two educations has allowed him to tailor his competencies and put his personal touch on his work assignments as a Visma graduate. Read about his journey from IT graduate to software developer and engineer in Visma. 

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