What we do and why

Driven by knowledge and passion, our vision is to contribute to a healthier and safer society

Sectra offers solutions for medical IT and cybersecurity. We help hospitals and those who are training future healthcare personnel to improve their efficiency so that patients receive better care. We support defense forces, other authorities and various critical social functions in securing their communication against eavesdropping and protecting their systems against unauthorized access. This is how we create conditions for a healthier and safer society.


Countries with customers


Employees worldwide


Net sales, SEK million

A Swedish company with global trust

The desire to change society for the better has driven Sectra for over 45 years. During this time, we have retained our entrepreneurial spirit and realized ideas and innovations in close cooperation with end users.

What we do

Sectra offers products and services within medical IT and cybersecurity. The industries we have chosen are characterized by a tendency to grow regardless of the economic climate and by the fact that stable products and trust in suppliers are essential to customers.

How we work

Our work is based on a strong corporate culture that engages and motivates employees to do what is best for customers. Our work is guided by a desire for satisfied customers and employees—in that order. Add to this a clear vision of where the company is headed, perseverance and cost awareness. Sectra’s development over the years is a testament to what a strong combination this is.

Why we exist

The overall purpose of our business operations is to solve major social problems that must be addressed in the foreseeable future. For our customers, this is primarily about challenges related to two global trends: an aging population and digitization. Our job is to help customers become more efficient and give them the tools needed to provide patients with high-quality care and increase cybersecurity in society.

The aging population of the industrialized world entails a major challenge for healthcare. At the same time, the working age population is in decline. For fewer people to be able to take care of an increasing number of elderly patients with considerable needs, healthcare must become more efficient.

A higher degree of digitization in all areas of society is contributing to efficiency enhancements and simplifying people’s everyday lives. However, this trend also makes societies more vulnerable to human error, information leaks, unauthorized data access and cyberattacks. This is particularly the case in the defense forces, healthcare and other critical social functions.

45 years of stable & profitable growth