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We live in one of the most prosperous times in human history. At the same time, humanity faces massive challenges and changes due to digitilisation, because digitilisation changes the way how we live and work. Climate change, massive pollution, dying species, migration are just some of our global sustainable challenges. But our changing environment and sustainable challenges can be influenced and shaped by us. Here, corporations play a central role. Konica Minolta acknowledges its responsibility and actively shapes it within its corporate digital responsibility.
Konica Minolta understands its digital responsibility as a voluntary commitment to sustainability that also considers its impacts on the environment and society due to digitilisation. In addition, the company is voluntarily committed to the simultaneous achievement of sustainable goals as well as a preservation of the ecological and social livelihood for the people nowadays as well as future generations that are realised through digital solutions.
Konica Minolta focusses on four key actions fields around corporate digital responsibility:
Legal requirements and standards concerning data protection and information security as well as hacker/cyber-attacks and skimming require a responsible use of personal data. But Konica Minolta understands its data responsibility not only as an obligation to comply with legal requirements and standards to protect data and ensure information security, but also to voluntarily handle individual personal data carefully and responsibly. The company does this because of its ethical understanding of data protection as well as because it is a human right to protect a person’s own data. Konica Minolta thus wishes to ensure privacy and to maintain a person’s sovereignty over their own data and footprint in the digitalised world.
Therefore, Konica Minolta:
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