Lowenstein partner Mary J. Hildebrand CIPP/US/E, founder and Chair, Privacy & Cybersecurity, moderates IoT and the Cybersecurity Landscape, a panel taking place as part of Corporate Counsel's General Counsel Conference 2019.
IoT is all the rage in many industries. Property developers, investors, and brokers are increasingly deploying these technologies, as well as automation, to lure potential buyers with connected appliances like refrigerators, water heaters, heating/cooling systems, security cameras, and more -- which can increase operational efficiency in homes and commercial properties. However, there’s an important caveat to the IoT industry that can become a major risk: security. In this session, attorneys discuss the core security principles of IoT devices, the privacy risks associated with IoT infrastructure, and the biggest challenges and opportunities in the IoT landscape.
- David Kessler, Public Sector Counsel, Verizon
- Steven Monroe, Co-General Counsel, Head of US Compliance & Regulatory Affairs, Beazley
- Fernando Pinguelo, Associate General Counsel, Data Privacy, Willis Towers Watson
- Lynette Carhart Gladdis, Senior Vice President, Litigation and Regulatory Affairs, Realogy Holdings Corp.
The panel takes place on Thursday, September 26, 2019; 10-11 a.m.
The conference takes place Wednesday, September 25-Thursday, September 26, 2019.
Program location: New York Marriott Marquis, 1535 Broadway, New York, NY 10036