4 December, 2013
On December 12th, UPC, Liberty Global, Considerati and ECP will organise a seminar on the value of our digital identity. In this seminar, we will focus on how businesses can make commercial use of personal data in a responsible way, so that the privacy impact on our digital identities is within acceptable limits. We hope to trigger our audience to join in on the discussion on this topic. The attitude of the average consumer is quite interesting in this debate. Although privacy concerns surface regularly, consumers simply like to use smart devices and online services at the end of the day.
During the event, Liberty Global will present the results of their study “The Value of our Digital Identity”, the report can be found here. This study was performed by Bston Consulting Group and outlines how the value of our digital identity can be quantified and how it can generate added value for companies, and our economy in general.
New value chains, business models and innovations based on our digital identity and big data may unleash a huge potential for business and consumers. It also raises some questions on privacy, trust and adequate technology regulation. You are cordially invited to join our special guests in this seminar:
Olaf Rehse (Boston Consulting Group) and prof. Nico van Eijk (University of Amsterdam/IViR) will introduce our topics of the day. Mr. Harm Voogt (Managing Director CV OK) will deliver a power pitch on how to work with the value of our digital identity in practice. Furthermore you can engage in a discussion with our panelists: Antoine Brouwer (MediaMarkt/Saturn) Rachel Marbus (Netherlands Railways), Albert Mombarg (TP Vision), Maarten Stramrood (UPC) and Jacques Bus (Privacy & Identity Lab)
You can reserve your seat now
As limited seats for this free seminar are available, it is wise to register for this event beforehand. You can reserve your seat online via the ECP website. You can also email us directly on firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to see you on December 12 in The Hague!
Seminar “The value of our Digital Identity”:
Date: Thursday 12 december 2013
Time: 15:00h – 17:00h (doors open 14h30)
Venue: New Babylon Meeting Center, The Hague. Anna van Buerenplein 29, 3rd floor.
The venue is located on the Den Haag Centraal train station.
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