First Recourse or Last Resort? The National Interest in Regulating the IoT


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The IoT will impact government irrespective of awareness, authorship or control. IoT use cases illustrate both benefits and risks to public infrastructure and welfare. Trust that promotes industry initiative creates public risk should market-driven measures fail. The speakers will examine pending initiatives to use federal regulatory power or acquisition authority to mitigate IoT security risks.

Learning Objectives:
1: Explore key areas of national interest placed at risk by IoT threats.
2: Understand legislative and executive branch actions affecting IoT security.
3: Hear how to protect the public interest while encouraging industry initiative.

Participants
Dan Caprio

Co-Founder, The Providence Group

Harvey Rishikof

Director/Convening Authority/Chair, American Bar Association

Robert Metzger

Head of Washington Office, Rogers Joseph O’Donnell, PC

Mobile & IoT Security

critical infrastructure government regulations law legislation Internet of Things


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