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IoT and the Cybersecurity Landscape


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 61 minutes
Recorded Date: September 26, 2019
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Agenda


  • Upcoming Challenges from Widespread IoT Adoption
  • IoT Vendors - Challenges
  • IoT's Three Ghosts of Data - Past, Present, Future
  • Moral/Ethical Issues & Challenges
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: September 26, 2019

Description

IoT is all the rage in many industries. Property developers, investors, and brokers are increasingly deploying these technologies, as well as automation, to lure potential buyers with connected appliances like refrigerators, water heaters, heating/cooling systems, security cameras, and more -- which of which can increase operational efficiency in homes and commercial properties. However, there’s an important caveat to the IoT industry that can become a major risk: security.

In this session, attorneys discuss the core security principles of IoT devices, the privacy risks associated with IoT infrastructure, and the biggest challenges and opportunities in the IoT landscape.

This program was recorded as part of ALM & Corporate Counsel's Annual General Counsel Conference on September 26th, 2019.

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Panelists

Lynette Carhartt Gladdis, Esq.

Senior Vice President, Litigation and Regulatory Affairs
Realogy Holdings Corp.

Lynette Carhart Gladdis is a Senior legal executive with diverse management and corporate experience. Chief Litigation Officer who is a decisive, analytical and collaborative partner focused on managing risk while facilitating business. Extensive experience with class action and complex litigation, mediation, arbitration, regulatory investigations and proceedings, corporate investigations, compliance, corporate financial reporting and analysis, executive and board reporting, enterprise risk management, business counseling, innovative problem solving and employee training.

Lynette currently serves as the Senior Vice President of Litigation, Regulatory Affairs, Cyber, & Data Privacy at Reaology Holdings Corp.

Mary J. Hildebrand CIPP/US/E

Partner, Founder and Chair
Lowenstein Sandler LLP

For more than 30 years, Mary has drawn on her deep experience in privacy and data security, tech, and intellectual property to handle sophisticated technology deals from concept to conclusion. Mary regularly serves as lead counsel to both public and private companies in complex commercial matters.

Additionally, she counsels startups on the transactions and foundational legal structures needed to launch their businesses.

As a leading intellectual property lawyer, Mary has achieved an enviable track record in commercializing, protecting, and managing intellectual property, technology, and database assets around the world. She is also a recognized authority on EU and U.S. data privacy and information security laws.

A highly regarded "top-notch," "hugely responsive," and "skilled, bright and knowledgeable" practitioner, Mary has been consistently recognized by Chambers USA (2009-2017) for her successful handling of complex transactions involving significant IP assets. Her clients commend her as "a phenomenal client manager" who gives "useful, pragmatic, practical advice."

Mary has served as a member of Lowenstein Sandler's board of directors and Strategic Planning Committee, as well as chair of the firm's Diversity and Inclusion Committee. She is a founder and co-chair of STRIDES, Advancing Women in Business, a firm-sponsored initiative that promotes visibility, leadership opportunities, and quality peer interaction for women in business.

Fernando M. Pinguelo

Associate General Counsel, Data Privacy
Willis Towers Watson

Fernando M. Pinguelo, a U.S.-based trial lawyer, devotes his practice to complex lawsuits with an emphasis on business disputes, cyber security, media and employment matters. Fernando earned accreditation as an information privacy professional (CIPP/US) from the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

A former prosecutor, Fernando is experienced in all facets of litigation (trial, mediation, arbitration, and appellate) in both federal and state courts. A leader in the emerging areas of cyber law and electronic discovery, Fernando works closely with clients to develop strategies for managing business and legal issues relating to electronic data. He recognizes the financial and public relations fallout that often results from high-profile data breaches; and, when a rapidly evolving crisis or emergency hits, Fernando mobilizes his inter-disciplinary team of professionals and implements a response strategy to mitigate damages. Fernando’s global network of highly skilled lawyers and other professionals from across the U.S. and more than 70 other countries enables him to provide clients with quality services outside the jurisdictions in which he practices.

Recently, Fernando provided commentary on proposed federal legislation concerning cyber security, and received a Fulbright Specialist appointment for his work on technology’s impact on the law. Notably, Fernando was involved in New Jersey’s first case addressing its new electronic discovery rule amendments; designed one of the first state-of-the-art electronic discovery law courses in the country, which he teaches at Seton Hall University School of Law; and created the ABA Journal award-winning eLessons Learned, an educational blog about how technology impacts lawsuits.

Fernando serves on federal and state court committees, including the Merit Selection Panel of the U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey and the Supreme Court of New Jersey Committee on the Rules of Evidence, where he recommends candidates for federal magistrate judgeships and contributes to court rule amendment proposals; and the President of the New Jersey State Bar Association appointed him Chair of the Privacy Law Committee. Fernando lectures for state and federal judicial colleges, including the New Jersey Judicial College and Escola Paulista da Magistratura (Sao Paulo), both of which provide judges with academic programs to keep abreast of legal developments. He also clerked for the Honorable Edwin H. Stern, Chief Judge, Superior Court of New Jersey – Appellate Division (retired).

Within the media and entertainment industries, Fernando represents television personalities including Emmy Award-winning talent, performers, and writers on a variety of legal issues. Fernando serves as a judge of the Emmy Awards, sponsored by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, New York Chapter, and is a member of the media sections of the New York, New Jersey, Washington, D.C., and Beverly Hills bar associations. Fernando’s numerous published articles and speaking engagements in his areas of practice reflect the depth of his knowledge and understanding of the issues that his clients face, including his chapter authorships for the leading treatise on electronic discovery for in-house counsel, eDiscovery for Corporate Counsel (Chapter 17 – Electronic Data, Cyber Security & Crisis Management) (Thomson-West 2013–present), and New Jersey Federal Civil Practice (Chapter 13 – eDiscovery) (ALM 2011-present). He has appeared on television as a legal commentator on high-profile trials, and has been quoted and cited in numerous media reports covering cases he has handled.

David Kessler

Public Sector Counsel
Verizon Enterprise Solutions

David Kessler is the Public Sector Counsel for Verizon Enterprise Solutions.

Previously, David served as General Counsel, Director & Managing Attorney of McAfee Public Sector LLC, a subsidiary of McAfee LLC, one of the largest cybersecurity companies in the world. At McAfee, he managed a team that was responsible for all transactional and compliance matters in support of McAfee’s Public Sector business. He also recently served as McAfee’s Chief Compliance Officer, and managed a team that is responsible for all aspects of its ethics and compliance program, including anti-corruption, polices and training, export controls and internal investigations.

Prior to McAfee, David served as Group Corporate Counsel for the Public Sector business unit of Autodesk, Inc., a 2D and 3D software design manufacturer. He also served as Senior Corporate Counsel – Public Sector with Symantec Corporation, and was a senior associate with the international law firm of Greenberg Traurig, LLP.

He received his B.A. from the University of Florida and his J.D. from the American University Washington College of Law.


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