NetClean ProTective Webinar Title

Eight reasons why companies decide to stop child sexual abuse material in their corporate environment
26 January, 2021 NetClean

DIGITAL LAUNCH

Business Insights from
the new NetClean Report

Eight reasons why companies decide to stop
child sexual abuse material in their corporate environment

Sign up for the digital launch with Business Insights from the new NetClean Report, released on January 26. Learn more about why companies decide to address child sexual abuse material in corporate environments, and how that has become even more important in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the new normal of remote work.

Date & time

Date: 9 February 2021
Time: 14:00 – 14:45 CET

WEBINAR CONTENT

There are many stakeholders involved in this issue and many drivers behind the decision to install software to identify child sexual abuse material on business IT equipment. Ethics, Sustainability, Compliance (policy, risk), IT security, Brand protection, Human Resources and Legal considerations; are all important when it comes to this decision. Find out why, and which overriding core drive the interviews in the report revealed.

Distributed work puts increased demands on companies, that instead of managing a few large sites in their IT environment, now have to deal with thousands of micro sites. Learn how technology can be used to prevent cyber security- and policy breaches related to child sexual abuse material, to strengthen business integrity.

SPEAKERS & GUESTS

SUSTAINABILITY IS A BUSINESS IMPERATIVE

Elaine Weidman Grunewald
Sustainability Executive Tech Sector, Author and Board member

Elaine Weidman Grunewald is one of the experts who commented in the NetClean Report. She is an expert of global sustainability and development, and pioneered the concept of Technology for Good. She will join a discussion about how acting ethically and for a sustainable future will increasingly be key to business success.

ETHICAL LEADERSHIP AND SUSTAINABLE BUSINESSES

Mats Granryd
Director General, GSMA

As Director General of GSMA, Mats Granryd led the mobile industry in becoming the first sector to commit to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Mats Granryd will share his view of SDGs impact on children and their importance going forward into the future and talk about the importance of ethical leadership in this digital age when we aim to connect everyone and everything.

TRENDS, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN REMOTE WORK

Marie Berner Moberg
Director & Country Manager VMware Sweden

VMware is one of the world’s leading software companies in the digital workspace and recently released a report on trends in distributed work. With Tech4Good at the core of their business, Marie Berner Moberg will join a discussion about ethical leadership, trends in remote work and how to ensure a secure IT environment under the current situation.

EIGHT REASONS WHY COMPANIES DECIDE TO STOP CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE MATERIAL IN THEIR CORPORATE ENVIRONMENT

Host & speaker, Anna Borgström
CEO NetClean

Walkthrough of the key findings in the NetClean Report – COVID-19 Impact 2020, Business Insight section; the key drivers for installing software to detect child sexual abuse material in corporate environments, the overriding core drive identified in the report, and the new demands put on companies as a result of the sharp increase in remote work.