The Evolving IoT Landscape: Significant Trends and Updates in 2018
Since its inception, the Internet of Things (IoT) has evolved significantly as it become the catalyst of transformation, innovations and numerous developments in almost all industries. The emergence of new business models, trends and work processes like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, blockchain, and automation have improved and accelerated the digital transformation of today's economy. Thus, changing how companies, businesses and individuals perform daily tasks and transactions. However, these developments do not come without risks and pitfalls.
In this LIVE Webcast, a panel of thought leaders and professionals brought together by The Knowledge Group will discuss in depth the recent trends and developments surrounding the ever-evolving landscape of IoT. Speakers will identify opportunities and potential implications of these developments. They will also go beyond the basics and provide the audience with best practices and practical tips to avoid regulatory and business risks and pitfalls.
Key topics include:
- IoT in the 2018 Landscape: An Update
- Significant Trends and Developments
- Implications to the Year Ahead
- Addressing Common Risk and Pitfalls
- What Lies Ahead
Liberty McAteer, Attorney
Moses & Singer LLP
- New Jurisdiction-Based Regulation: New Laws and Ruling make Privacy Standards, Tax Standards, Jurisdiction-Specific
- New User Trends: Users initiating more privacy-based lawsuits; Hackers (re)discovering techniques to attack IoT security (e.g. Bluetooth)
- New Tech Trends: IoT Platforms-as-a-Service; AI + IoT + Rich Sensors; New IoT/AI-focused chipsets
Robert J. Bowman, Attorney
Husch Blackwell LLP
- Data license and use issues.
- GDPR compliance through the collection and use of personal data on a worldwide enterprise (kind of overlap’s Liberty’s points).
- Implementation of Blockchain and Smart Contracts into IoT environments
Who Should Attend:
- Chief Technology Officers
- Chief Information Officers
- Chief Information Security Officers
- Web Developers
- Data Management Officers
- IT Professionals
- Top Level Executives
- Technology Lawyers
- Privacy and Data Security Lawyers
- In-house Counsel
- Public and Private Companies
- IoT Device Manufacturers
- Other Related/Interested Professionals
Liberty is an associate in Moses & Singer's Intellectual Property practice group. His practice covers a broad variety of technology matters, including enterprise software development and licensing, cybersecurity and privacy law compliance, product rollouts, intellectual property protection and venture financing. His representation has covered finTech, edTech, healthTech, eCommerce, internet-of-things, cloud products, mobile software, enterprise SaaS, social media, audiovisual media-sharing, eDiscovery and many others.
Prior to joining the firm, Liberty was in-house counsel to a group of software startups in NYC, all of which employed Agile methodology and Test Driven Design (TDD). After working in-house, Liberty was a corporate and technology transactions associate at a New York City law firm. As a result, he has substantial experience analyzing open source components, integrating new software into enterprise environments, ensuring that software meets regulatory requirements and developing complex API, sandbox, SaaS, PaaS and VAR agreements.
Additionally, Liberty has represented clients through numerous corporate transactions, mergers and acquisitions, entity formations, governance and financing matters. He has negotiated funding rounds, credit facilities, financing transactions and company sales in industries ranging from energy production to logistics, financial services, consumer packaged goods, online publications and SaaS products, among others.
Liberty is an associate in Moses & Singer's Intellectual Property practice group. His practice covers a broad variety of technology …
As a member of the Technology, Manufacturing & Transportation industry team, Bob counsels clients in a wide range of intellectual property matters. He assists clients in obtaining and securing United States and international intellectual property rights through patent prosecution, trademark prosecution and applying for copyright registrations. Further, Bob assists clients in managing their intellectual property holdings, as well as maintaining and enforcing their rights. Bob also drafts many intellectual property-related agreements for clients, including, patent, copyright and trademark licenses and assignments.
As a member of the Technology, Manufacturing & Transportation industry team, Bob counsels clients in a wide range of intellectual …
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About Moses & Singer LLP
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About Husch Blackwell LLP
Husch Blackwell is an industry-focused litigation and business law firm with offices in 18 U.S. cities. Its attorneys represent clients around the world in major industries including energy and natural resources; financial services and capital markets; food and agribusiness; healthcare, life sciences and education; real estate, development and construction; and technology, manufacturing and transportation. Insurance and data privacy and security are two key foci for the firm. Husch Blackwell’s Insurance team covers virtually every segment of the insurance industry nationally and internationally and represents insurance and reinsurance providers and agencies in litigation, insolvency, regulatory and transactional matters. Husch Blackwell's interdisciplinary Data Privacy, Security & Breach Response group includes experienced lawyers, technologists, records managers and information privacy professionals who provide insights and solutions that enable clients to quickly achieve firmer control over their information, while making meaningful progress toward long-term data security objectives.