• Web Developer

    HT Jobs | - Feed Apr 15, 2018 | 14:55 pm

    Web Developer Web Developer familiar with CMS systems (Joomla, WP etc) and fluent with PHP, HTML5, CSS needed for bug fixes and further development of an exciting IT project. Enthusiasm and ability to learn and improve is more important than experience.The job[…]

  • CTO / Lead Developer

    HT Jobs | - Feed Apr 11, 2018 | 15:05 pm

    CTO / Lead Developer An exciting recently funded startup operating in the healthcare IT domain is looking for an CTO to join and lead (hands on) both engineering and web application development of the company.Job descriptionEternAll Sciences is an e-health startup active in Finland[…]

  • Service Coordinator, Vestas Finland, Vaasa

    HT Jobs | - Feed Feb 3, 2018 | 10:57 am

    Service Coordinator, Vestas Finland, Vaasa Do you have a passion for delivering first class administration service to an organization? Do you want to be a part in an ambitious team in a dynamic environment? Then this challenge might be something for you!PositionSERVICE COORDINATOROrganizationVestas Northern Central[…]


Paula Risikko (NCP), the Minister of the Interior, believes marginalisation to be the single greatest threat to internal security in Finland.


Paula Risikko (NCP), the Minister of the Interior, has revealed that security will be the main focal point, followed themes such as caring and employment, of the upcoming mid-term session of the Finnish Government.

“Marginalisation is the greatest threat to the internal security of our country,” she writes in a guest contribution to Pohjalainen.

“We must find ways to raise the employment rate and develop our education and innovation system in order to reduce the sustainability deficit in the economy. These are important tools also for preventing growing inequalities,” argues Risikko.

Related posts:

- Sipilä: We must not give in to fear (10 April, 2017)

The urgency to address security-related concerns, she admits, has increased in the aftermath of the recent tragic events in St. Petersburg, Russia and Stockholm, Sweden. In St. Petersburg, 14 people lost their lives after an explosive device was detonated on a metro train on 3 April. In Stockholm, four people died after a lorry was driven into a crowded department store on 7 April.

“We cannot and must not shut our eyes to the changes in our security environment,” stresses Risikko.

Finland, she adds, remains one of the safest countries in the world in many respects but must continue to take action to ensure the powers, capabilities and other resources of security authorities remain sufficient for responding to contemporary threats.

“Both authorities and decision-makers must have a common operational picture. The Ministry of the Interior is, together with the Ministry of Defence and the Ministry of Justice, drawing up measures to promote security in order to meet these preconditions,” she tells.

The Ministry of the Interior is currently working on updating the intelligence legislation, overhauling rescue services, developing the contingency plans of provinces, responding to hybrid threats and promoting co-operation between various authorities.

Aleksi Teivainen – HT
Photo: Markku Ulander – Lehtikuva
Source: Uusi Suomi

Finland in the world press

Helsinki Finland Blustery, 7 °C
Current Conditions
Sunrise: 5:44 am   |   Sunset: 8:55 pm
59%     11.2 m/s     33.932 bar
Sat Low: 3 °C High: 9 °C
Sun Low: 2 °C High: 6 °C
Mon Low: 2 °C High: 6 °C
Tue Low: 4 °C High: 7 °C
Wed Low: 4 °C High: 8 °C
Thu Low: 2 °C High: 9 °C
Fri Low: 2 °C High: 9 °C
Sat Low: 2 °C High: 9 °C
Sun Low: 2 °C High: 8 °C
Mon Low: 3 °C High: 9 °C