Isnardi DPO Sanofi


In this thought-provoking episode of the podcast Diritto al Digitale, we have the pleasure of hosting Luca Isnardi, the Global Data Protection Officer of the consumers healthcare’s business unit of Sanofi, a global leader in the pharmaceutical industry.

Luca brings to the table a rich tapestry of experiences and insights from his career, making this session a treasure trove for anyone keen on understanding the complexities of data protection in the healthcare sector.

Here’s what you can expect from this enlightening conversation:

A Journey Through Time: Luca Isnardi walks us through his career trajectory, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the milestones and pivotal moments that shaped his path to becoming a renowned Global DPO at Sanofi.

Confronting Challenges: The role of a DPO in a global pharmaceutical giant comes with its unique set of challenges. Luca discusses the intricacies of safeguarding data privacy in an industry where innovation and privacy are in constant interplay.

AI in the Spotlight: With artificial intelligence becoming increasingly integral in pharmaceuticals, Luca sheds light on how this technological leap is influencing data protection strategies, especially under the scrutinous watch of data protection supervisory authorities.

Evolving Roles: The landscape of data protection is ever-changing, more so in the fast-paced pharmaceutical industry. Luca shares his insights on how the role of data protection is transforming, adapting to technological advancements and regulatory shifts.

Words of Wisdom: Aspiring to build a career in data protection within the pharmaceutical industry? Luca Isnardi imparts valuable advice and strategies to navigate this challenging yet rewarding field.

Join us in this compelling session with Luca Isnardi.

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On a similar topic, you can watch the podcast with “Anna Pouliou, Chief Privacy Officer at Mars on the past and future of data protection“.

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