IoT Legal and Policy Issues: The Global Perspective


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As governments, standards bodies and individual vendors act to establish practices to support and protect the burgeoning IoT/CPS market space, US interests must share the legal and policy space with nations and institutions with unique interests in the global IoT environment. This session will examine the similarities, conflicts and survival strategies to help navigate this complex ecosystem.

Learning Objectives:
1: Understand the scope of global activity on IoT regulation and standards
2: Understand strategies for stakeholder adaptation to evolving IoT environment
3: Obtain information and direction regarding IoT international body of knowledge


Participants
Julie Bowen

Participant

SVP, Operations & Outreach, Chief Legal Officer, The MITRE Corp.

Allan Friedman

Participant

Senior Advisor and Strategist, CISA

Dr. Edward Griffor

Participant

Associate Director, Smart Grid and Cyber Physical Systems Program Office, National Institute of Standards and Technology U.S. Department of Commerce

Mihoko Matsubara

Participant

Chief Cybersecurity Strategist, NTT Corporation

standards Internet of Things threat management government regulations governance risk & compliance


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