IoT, Emerging Technologies and Evolving Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Laws
Internet of Things (IoT) devices – e.g., smart watches and TVs, drones and autonomous vehicles to name just a few – experienced a 700% increase in attempted cyberattacks during the pandemic. This is alarming since IoT devices are often connected to corporate networks and have the potential to cause damage that far outweighs that caused by regular data breaches. Join us for a discussion on the existing and emerging laws shaping IoT development, the types of liability established against organizations in recent cases, and solutions and strategies that organizations should consider as IoT and other emerging technologies become a more prominent part of their business and data life cycles.
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