Today, data such as personal data relating to behaviour, decisions and movements, as well as data relating to organisations and companies, is increasingly viewed as a starting point for the creation of products, services and innovative solutions.
Last April, Italian ICMIF member the Unipol Group approved its new policy “Unipol Data Vision” which defines the organisation’s commitments for the protection and enhancement of personal data, and thus its approach on technological and social corporate digital responsibility.
On Wednesday 24 June 2020 (12.00 – 13.30 CEST), Unipol will organise a live streamed event in English on “Data vision and data value”, involving Carlo Cimbri, Group CEO, Unipol; Agostino Santoni, CEO, CISCO; and Michael Wade, Professor of Innovation and Strategy at IMD Business School who has recently published an article on corporate responsibility in the digital era. The three participants will discuss advanced protection and management of personal data as a tool to create shared value between people, the company and society.
The programme for the live stream is as follows:
Social responsibility in the digital era
- Michael Wade, Professor of Innovation and Strategy at IMD Business School
Data Vision & Data Value Experiences
- Agostino Santoni, CEO CISCO
- Carlo Cimbri, Group CEO Unipol
Moderator: Marisa Parmigiani, Head of Sustainability and Stakeholder Management Unipol Group
The meeting will involve a discussion of the results of the Focus on digital fears of the Demos&Pi European Observatory on Security - Unipolis Foundation
All ICMIF members are welcome to join the event. To attend the live-streamed event click here.