Wednesday, May 17, 2017
The Canadian Centre for Ethics and Corporate Policy cordially invites you to attend our showcase event which follows our Annual General Meeting. This year our keynote address will be given by Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Executive Director of the Privacy and Big Data Institute at Ryerson University.
Dr. Cavoukian will present on Data and Ethics, highlighting the results of Deloitte’s recent global survey Privacy for Sale-To the highest bidder on consumer’s views and perceptions on data and the ethical use of consumer information.
Following her address, Kenneth J. Fredeen, General Counsel Deloitte LLP and Chair of Ethics Centre Board will moderate a panel discussion on the ethical use of data, and how to implement correct governance processes to manage data privacy and security. The panel will include:
Alaina Aston, VP Data Management and Governance, RBC
Laura Davison, Chief Privacy and Compliance Officer, ICES
Sylvia Kingsmill, Partner, Deloitte
Our group of panelists will also discuss the grey area between laws and consumer perceptions and expectations, and the highlights of the report including:
80%of global consumers feel organizations have a responsibility to manage their data ethically.
2/3 of Canadians say they would provide access to their social media accounts in exchange for a 50% discount on their insurance rate.
3/4 of Canadians don’t want their data shared beyond Canada’s borders. 90% of Canadian respondents say they would sever their ties with an organization if it was revealed the organization used data unethically.
The Canadian Centre for Ethics and Corporate Policy looks forward to keeping in touch with electronic messages containing event invitations, newsletters and other information.