It is estimated that in 2020, there will be 38.5 billion internet of things (IoT) connected devices, and that there are already more than two times as many IoT devices in use today than there are people on the planet. Despite the fact that many lawyers have smart devices in their homes and offices, and represent clients that use or develop smart technologies, a significant number of lawyers and clients are unaware of the data privacy and security risks and legal obligations associated with IoT devices.
Please join the PLI presenters as they address:
- The types of data collected by IoT devices
- The data privacy and cybersecurity concerns IoT devices bring
- The laws that apply to these IoT devices
- The ways in which data from IoT devices has been, and may be, used as evidence in legal proceedings
This program is accredited for CLE – Continuing Legal Education. For more information or to register, please contact Robin Hallagan, +1 216 479 8115. There is a cost for attending this PLI program.