Legal Challenges From the Internet of Things
The network of the Internet of Things is emerging rapidly. Billions of devices are expected to be associated in the coming future. The Internet of Things already has a great impact on our daily lives, including technologies for the home, for health, for transportation and for managing our natural resources. But this new digital convenience also takes its toll on private lives. Chief Privacy Officer Rick Borden serves on a panel of top industry and legal professionals to discuss the technology, challenges and legal ramifications of the Internet of Things. The topics covered include a wide array of fields, including security and safety, privacy, ownership and data storage, the role of government, the use of this technology in litigation and related regulations.
- Raymond Brown | Privacy Research Lead, National Security Agency
- Kristen Anderson | Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Federal Trade Commission
- Bijan Davari | IBM Fellow and Vice President, Next Generation Computing Systems/Technology IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center
- Christina W. Majernik | SVP, Client Solutions, Domain5
- Irene Byhovsky (Moderator) | Research Editor, Journal of Law and Cyberwarfare