In the insurance sector, you can start thinking about data privacy as something that can actually enable innovation, rather than a challenge that’s slowing down the adoption of data use and analysis within organizations.
Plan Your Time with the In:Confidence Digital Series – Register Now
September 24, 2020
By Josh Downs, Global Marketing Manager at Privitar
Registration is now open for the In:Confidence Digital Series and we can’t wait to see you in the audience! A global pandemic doesn’t slow the collection of data down – quite the opposite, in fact, which means that now is an essential time to consider how that data is analyzed, put into use, and kept safe along the way.
We know how hard it is to carve out a day or an afternoon for a full day virtual event, so we’ve adjusted our schedule and are pleased to present the In:Confidence Digital Series over three three weeks, kicking off on October 15. We’ll have lively panels featuring the leaders, thinkers, and innovators at the forefront of the data privacy and analytics community. It’s easy to access and free to attend, so save some time on our calendar and yours.
This immersive event will dive into the realities of the modern data ecosystem – examining the relationship between data privacy, consumer trust, and data-driven business value. We’ll address the growing erosion of trust and how it can damage businesses. Our speakers will also explore ways to rebuild that digital trust with consumers and demonstrate the steps you need to take to make data privacy a priority.
Our speakers include:
- Marcel Kramer, Head of Data Engineering, ABN AMRO
- Edward Luce, U.S. National Editor, The Financial Times
- Ginny Bandanes, Director, Defending Democracy Program, Microsoft
- Ruby Zefo, Chief Privacy Officer, Uber
- J. Alex Halderman, Professor of Computer Science, University of Michigan
- Ellen Weintraub, Commissioner, the U.S. Federal Election Commission
Plan your attendance at our October In:Confidence Digital Series:
Oct 15: The Role of Data, Digital Transparency, Disinformation, and Data Privacy in the 2020 US Election
Oct 22: Digital Transformation: The Driver of Post-Pandemic Economic Recovery
Oct 29: The Journey to Becoming a Data-Driven, Privacy-First Bank
We also have many keynotes available to view on-demand from the May edition of In:Confidence Digital, including discussions regarding the debate on data privacy rights in the fight against COVID-19, an overview of the US data protection landscape for 2020, and a session focused on the role of the cloud in unlocking the value of sensitive data. Watch them anytime.
Register now for the In:Confidence Digital Series starting on October 15, and stay tuned for updates on our speakers and sessions. We look forward to exploring the role of trust in the global data economy with you.
Security alone doesn’t safeguard data, protecting that data also plays an essential part. At ABN AMRO, we believe that client data must be safeguarded by applying the highest possible privacy standards.
Our latest data policy event in collaboration with One HealthTech London explored the interaction between health data and characteristics like gender and ethnicity in the context of data-driven healthcare.
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