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Ethics in the Digital World

This 45 minute webinar is the third in a series of webinars on cyber and digital topics jointly hosted by the CII, CILA, IRM, IIL and Airmic to raise broad knowledge of technical advances and how they affect our customers.

The objective of the webinar is to reflect on these ethical frameworks to identify the key issues that arise as a result of new and potential technological advances that could lead firms or practitioners to conflict with ethical good practice.

This is a panel debate and there will be the opportunity to take audience questions at the end of the webinar.

Speakers:
Clive Thompson - Project Director at Willis Towers Watson and Non Executive Director at IRM
Malcolm Hyde - Executive Director, The Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters
Duncan Minty - Independent Ethics and Insurance Adviser
Recorded Jan 11 2019 46 mins
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  • Ethics in the Digital World Recorded: Jan 11 2019 46 mins
    Clive Thompson, Malcolm Hyde, Duncan Minty
    This 45 minute webinar is the third in a series of webinars on cyber and digital topics jointly hosted by the CII, CILA, IRM, IIL and Airmic to raise broad knowledge of technical advances and how they affect our customers.

    The objective of the webinar is to reflect on these ethical frameworks to identify the key issues that arise as a result of new and potential technological advances that could lead firms or practitioners to conflict with ethical good practice.

    This is a panel debate and there will be the opportunity to take audience questions at the end of the webinar.

    Speakers:
    Clive Thompson - Project Director at Willis Towers Watson and Non Executive Director at IRM
    Malcolm Hyde - Executive Director, The Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters
    Duncan Minty - Independent Ethics and Insurance Adviser
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    In this session, we will review a day in the life of a connected consumer at home and draw conclusions on the multiple ways insurance providers can benefit from such connectivity through a device and market agnostic approach to insurance.
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    Michelle Worvell, Communications Director, Chartered Insurance Institute
    This is the second of our Cyber webinars run in partnership with the Institute of Risk Management, the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters, Airmic and the Insurance Institute of London.

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