According to testimony on the IoT by famed security guru Bruce Schneier “[y]our security on the Internet depends on the security of millions of Internet-enabled devices, designed and sold by companies you’ve never heard of to consumers who don’t care about your security…[T]he market has prioritized features and costs over security.” In light of both the privacy and security concerns that loom large as the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to expand, the notions of privacy-by-design and security-by-design have taken hold. Much attention has been paid to these concepts conceptually, but what do they mean in practice? This session will focus on practical considerations and actual case studies where privacy-by-design and security-by-design have been used.

Randy Sabett, Special Counsel, Cooley
Aarti Soni, Senior Vice President, Marsh
Kristin M. Grimes, Corporate Counsel, Leidos

Room 405

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Kristin Grimes
Kristin M. Grimes

Corporate Counsel
Leidos

Randy Sabett
Randy Sabett

Special Counsel
Cooley LLP

Aarti Soni
Aarti Soni

Sr. Vice President
Marsh