This session will examine a series of cutting-edge issues associated with IoT. It will consider the legal implications of collecting and using data from IoT devices for monetization and other purposes. Today, a wide range of companies are now interested in leveraging the consumer data which their products and services generate.  Examples go beyond voice activated products, such as Alexa, to include smart refrigerators, toys, and connected cars. How should companies manage the resulting data repositories?  How should companies comply with inevitable outside requests, from government and private parties, for this information?

Jeff Brueggeman, VP, Global Public Policy, AT&T
Ronald D. Lee, Partner, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
Evelyn L. Remaley, Deputy Associate Administrator, NTIA, U.S. Department of Commerce

 

Room 307

Readings:

  1. Department of Commerce Internet of Things Green Paper issued in January 2017.
  1. Report on Responses to NTIA’s Request for Comments on Promoting Stakeholder Action Against Botnets and Other Automated Threats released on September 18, 2017.
  1. Communicating IoT Device Security Update Capability to Improve Transparency for Consumers, which was developed by the multi-stakeholder Working Group on Communicating Upgradability, and accepted by consensus on July 12, 107.
  1. Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure “Early Stage” Template issued by the NTIA Safety Working Group on December 15, 2017.
  1. The CEO’s Guide to Securing the Internet of Things issued by AT&T in 2016.
Jeff Brueggeman

VP – Global Public Policy
AT&T

Ronald Lee

Partner
Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP