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IoT-connected devices are multiplying rapidly. These devices are found in homes, offices, and vehicles and allow “remote control” over others. A failure of any device, either to conform with privacy laws or to meet security standards, can have severe consequences for companies that use them, as well as for consumers, manufacturers, and service providers.
Please join Patrick J. Burke of Phillips Nizer LLP and Ronald J. Hedges of Dentons US LLP as they discuss:
- The privacy issues raised by the collection and processing of IoT-derived data
- The security concerns implicated by the IoT
- The ways in which legislation such as the GDPR, the CCPA, the California IoT law, the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act and the NY SHIELD Act may impact connected devices