Please note that this program will only be offered as a live webcast. Speakers will be participating in the program remotely. As always, webcast attendees have access to all program materials, and will be able to view all program slides and submit questions to the speakers during the presentation. We thank you for your understanding as we follow the guidance of local health officials and work to provide a safe learning environment for both attendees and faculty.
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Why You Should Attend
The Internet of Things is a core part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution where ubiquitous electronic objects are equipped with identifying, sensing and Internet communication abilities which enable massive scale of data collection and processing to accomplish previously unforeseen objectives. As is usually the case, technology presents opportunities but requires counsel to navigate, or possibly create, the legal framework to allow IoT to achieve its potential, while preserving individual, societal rights and improving lives and the planet.
What You Will Learn
- Issues involving data rights, technology licensing, and regulations
- When technology outpaces regulations
- IoT in Public/Private Partnerships
- Cybersecurity and privacy issues
- Liability and insurance
Who Should Attend
In-house counsel, privacy officers, information security professionals, general practitioners, technology lawyers and others who need a comprehensive update on the rapidly developing issues surrounding IoT.