... our team of Scouts is made up exclusively of Baloise employees. We are proud of our internal pool of experts. In addition to their everyday work, they volunteer to raise awareness of digitalisation issues in society. Their backgrounds are diverse – whether IT, communications or customer service, our Scouts are committed to a shared goal.
... we’re ambassadors in the field of digitalisation. While products and possibilities are being created daily, they are accompanied by a sense of uncertainty surrounding the digital world. What was the latest innovation just yesterday is already outdated tomorrow. How can we keep track in this ever-changing world? We Scouts can provide support.
... we show you the way through the digital jungle. We are constantly addressing various digitalisation issues through new projects. In addition to a fascination with the digital world, our focus is also clearly on the risks and dangers. We want to make our contribution by sharing these with society.
The Baloise Digital Scouts make their voluntary contribution in the context of corporate social responsibility, as the needs of society go further than the receipt of insurance benefits. Baloise employees have extensive expertise. This expertise is placed at the disposal of society beyond the scope of business-related services.
«Back in 1994, Steven was already busy at Baloise on the Helpdesk to make sure his colleagues were able to solve their IT problems as quickly as possible. Since 2008, he has also been one of the IT practical trainers responsible for new IT professionals. As one of the co-founders of the Digital Scouts, he is constantly coming up with new project ideas while still finding time to attend all Pathfinder activities.»
«As a project manager for Events & Publishing, Monika is responsible for the Baloise Group’s annual report and organises events in the area of Public Affairs & Sustainability. She has been involved with the Baloise Digital Scouts for the past two years, showing employees, customers and other interested parties the way through the digital jungle.»
«Marcello studied computer science in Darmstadt (Germany) and Sacramento (USA). Before joining Baloise he worked in IT at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law, providing support for research projects in the field of cybercrime. He also gave lectures and workshops for law enforcement agencies and research institutes, among others. He then worked in Information Security & Internal Audit for the Haufe Group, and has been responsible for IT security at Baloise Switzerland since mid-2014.»