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Cybersecurity & Privacy: What Are the Risks of IoT Devices and How Privacy Rights Can Be Protected

Recorded on: Jun. 28, 2018
Running Time: 01:01:32

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Taken from the Web Program Internet of Things 2018: Everything is Connected Recorded June 2018 in San Francisco

Cybersecurity & Privacy: What Are the Risks of IoT Devices and How Privacy Rights Can Be Protected [01:01:32]

Safety monitors track every laborer’s step; drones record views previously unseen; wearable/implantable health monitors transmit vital signs; office security tracks your every move; the home “assistants” record your conversations and your refrigerator is reporting how much ice cream and eggs you’re eating.  And that’s just the start.  Many (some say most) existing devices have no security controls presenting enormous cybersecurity risks.  Learn about privacy right concerns, how privacy rights are being protected, and how to control and manage security concerns on IoT devices.

Jared Ho, Christopher J.P. Mitchell, David M. Stauss

(IAPP Privacy credit for Privacy Professionals)

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  • Cybersecurity & Privacy: What are the Risks of IoT Devices and how Privacy Rights can be Protected
    Jared Ho, Christopher J.P. Mitchell, David M. Stauss
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    Jared Ho ~ Senior Attorney, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Federal Trade Commission
    Christopher J.P. Mitchell ~ Law Offices of Christopher J.P. Mitchell, PLLC
    David M Stauss ~ Ballard Spahr LLP
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