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Data.Law & digital ethics

We accompany you on your path of digital responsibility

b.yond was launched by the Institute for Digital Transformation in Healthcare and the business law firm ARQIS as a specialized consulting service provider at the intersection of digital ethics and law. In times of accelerating digitalization, unforeseen risks arise. After all, much of what is technically possible has not yet been legally clarified or may not be socially desirable. A lack of standards and scandals in the media contrib-ute to the enormous uncertainties that arise with the use of digital technologies.

Despite these risks, a wide range of business development opportunities are opening up. With the generation, collection, processing, distribu-tion, analysis and utilization of data, analog processes are optimized and completely new digital value chains are created. In this ambiva-lent relationship of opportunities and risks, one thing becomes clear: Digitization can no longer be thought of without questions of digital ethics and responsibility.

The corresponding answers lie in the establish-ment of reliable control mechanisms. We have therefore translated the complex issues of digi-tal responsibility into practicable formats and tools. With a broad spectrum of methods in-cluding analyses, assessments, audits, work-shops, and much more, we can respond to the requirements of every company - regardless of where you stand within your own digital trans-formation and what questions are driving you.

Service portfolio

Corporate Digital Responsibility

Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR) has become an established term in recent years, following the example of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). In cooperation with our clients, we develop CDR strategies and translate them into operational measures that are tailored to the client's specific situation and current legal standards.

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Development of digital-ethical guidelines

The appropriate use of new technologies and data has been widely discussed for some time. Adapted to the respective company and its technologies, we therefore work with our customers to develop value-based guidelines for digital ethical responsibility.

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Digital Products & Innovations (DERA)

Customer-centricity has long since gone beyond pure product design. The focus is now on people in their entirety. With our systematic DERA (Digital Ethics Risk Assessment) tool, we uncover digital-ethical risks of digital product and process innovations and develop solutions to implement ethical aspects in innovation processes.

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Risk Assessments & Audits

Whether "shitstorms" in social networks or the Cambridge Analytica case - awareness of the responsible handling of data increases with every scandal. We support our clients in analyzing, assessing and minimizing digital-ethical risks.

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Coaching & Training

With the digital transformation, the demands of the working world are also increasing. We accompany customers on their path of digital responsibility with certified training formats as well as targeted workshops and coaching.

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Governance & Ethics Boards

Digitally responsible behavior in and by companies presents employees and managers with organizational and practical challenges. We work with our clients to develop effective governance structures such as the establishment of an ethics board or stewards.

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Compliance & Data Protection

At the latest since the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), company managers increasingly expect data-related compliance obligations. We support companies in assuming digital responsibility and designing their own governance and compliance in a digital-ethical manner at an early stage.

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The questions that arise are diverse and certainly not trivial to answer. But one thing is certain: we can no longer ask questions about digitization today without also considering questions of digital responsibility.

The questions that arise are diverse and certainly not trivial to answer. But one thing is certain: we can no longer ask questions about digitization today without also considering questions of digital responsibility.