Governance, Regulation & Compliance

 

Education Level: Intermediate

6117 - Designing Privacy for the Internet of Things: A Product-Oriented Compliance Approach

Wednesday, September 27
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

The Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to revolutionize how consumers live, but it also poses significant risks to information device users may wish to keep private. IoT implemented with big data collection and analytics, along with substantially increasing cloud services offered for such devices, raises important questions regarding international privacy obligations:

  • Upfront and ongoing notice and consent
  • Downstream challenges regarding data access, correction, and erasure
  • "Reasonable" organizational or technical security measures.

    This session describes considerations in IoT design and organizational use, outlining a future model for effectively managing and securing data collected through IoT devices to comply with applicable laws, such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Describe to organizational leadership the potential legal and security risks associated with developing IoT devices or providing services for such devices.
    • Create compliant privacy models for common IoT device configuration and mobile services.
    • Demonstrate a foundational understanding of emerging laws and how such laws may influence architectural or engineering choices for IoT and mobile services.
  • Charlotte Tschider

    Affiliated Professor
    Mitchell Hamline School of Law

    Charlotte A. Tschider, CISSP, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, is an affiliated professor for the Cybersecurity and Privacy Law Certificate Program at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law. She also is owner and principal of Cybersimple Security, which provides privacy and security consulting services for small to large businesses worldwide. She has worked in information technology, information security and privacy for more than 15 years, most notably for Target Corporation and Carlson Wagonlit Travel. Charlotte is also a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Training Advisory Board, reviewing international professional privacy educational books and training materials. She frequently speaks and writes on the intersection of cybersecurity, privacy and the law.

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