“One can assume that one of the driving forces is precisely an ISO standard and laws that drive the development of working with cybersecurity in a structured way. But the biggest impetus is that if you don’t have this in place, you don’t have any competitiveness. That’s by far the most important thing. If you have a product that is easy to hack, lose data, or that the product does not work properly due to poor cybersecurity, then you are not a credible partner and then you will ultimately have to close down your business. There are no other options than to work actively and in a structured way with the laws and requirements that are on the table,”