Thursday 10 December; 15:30-17:00
August 27 a number of experts and practitioners joined the online collaborative workshop (designed in Miro) to kick-off a series of discussions around the frameworks and requirements for more acceptable technology, data, identity, and privacy practices.
This series continued with 3 more open invitation workshops enabling a deeper dive into each step of the flow from the “Code of Trust” and “Trust by Design” to the “Trust Toolkit”. The output will be further presented and discussed during this seminar and workshop where we will further evaluate the different roles and technical possibilities available to start rebuilding trust in the technology business.
The session will be hosted by Lorna Goulden. We invited Kai Hermsen and Peter Bihr to reflect on the results.
Kai is an expert in digital transformation, cybersecurity, trust in digital technologies, and leadership within this space.
For technology to serve its purpose, he believes trust in tech is a prerequisite. Kai makes technical topics relatable through storytelling and sharing his expertise. He believes all people need to understand current digital topics and how they impact their lives, to enable democratic decision-making and good stewardship of our societies. He also loves to engage in the conversation and be inspired by other leading personalities within this space, learning a bit more every day.
At Siemens, he demonstrates in practice how to transform and build trust through leading the “Charter of Trust”, a global initiative of 17 Fortune 500 companies collaborating to strengthen security of the digital space. Kai is also co-founding the TWINDS foundation aiming at rethinking digital identities and collaboratively demonstrating technical solutions to make our digital world more trustworthy.
As a father of two, he is passionate about finding balance in life as the only way to fuel our best work and most rewarding personal lives.
Peter Bihr co-founded and chairs the board of ThingsCon. Peter is the founder and Managing Director of The Waving Cat, a boutique research, strategy & foresight company. He explores how emerging technologies can have a positive social impact. Peter is a Mozilla Fellow (2018-19) and Edgeryders Fellow (2019), and Postscapes named him a Top 20 Influencer in IoT (2019).
Lorna has 20+ years’ experience working across industries from smart city developments to customer-centric digital innovations, with particular focus on the impact on society. She organizes the Eindhoven Internet of Things Meetup and is a UX team lead and Steering Group member of a non-profit foundation developing an SDK for decentralized identity+data as a foundation for COVID19 applications.