Privacy and marginalized groups with Elisa Stampf, Chief Executive Officer at Insure Equality
Some groups face greater online risks than others. The second episode of the Privacy Circle podcast is focused on marginalized communities inside every workplace. We welcome Elisa Stampf, Chief Executive Officer at Insure Equality, for a discussion on the ways data exposure affects vulnerable groups, and how employers can better protect them.
Timestamps for the episode
00:25 – Elisa Stampf on her background in insurance and starting Insure Equality
03:52 – Exploring biases that exist in Corporate America – and a word on playing golf
07:48 – Safety issues vulnerable groups face: direct discrimination, personal attacks, different types of harassment, doxxing, not being able to find work
11:47 – Unauthorized personal information on the Internet – what exactly is available about you, how did it get there, and did you actually opt into it?
17:01 – How to block the unwanted information; growing popularity of privacy protection tools during the pandemic
19:12 – The root causes of harassment and discrimination and what personal data exposure has to do with this
22:12 – What employers can do to protect both individuals and wider groups of people in the workplace
25:13 – Industries that are falling behind in diversity, equity and inclusion
26:39 – What industries and companies outside Insurance can adopt from what InsureEquality is doing and learning every day
32:30 – Employers owe their workers a safe environment
35:28 – Parting thoughts