Recent years have seen rapid adoption of connected products, ranging from household and personal devices—including smart appliances, home security systems and activity trackers—to connected vehicles and medical devices. Cyber threats to these connected devices are also growing, however, presenting substantial financial, legal and reputational risks for companies that manufacture or distribute these products. At the same time, regulatory requirements are expanding, and litigation exposure is growing, further raising the stakes for companies in this industry.
Join Stephen Lilley and Veronica Glick from Mayer Brown’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy practice as they discuss how companies can effectively mitigate legal risks in the “Internet of Things.” The presenters will cover important legal and practical issues to consider, including:
- Cyber threats to connected products
- Product cyber regulatory and litigation risks
- Practical challenges
- Priorities for managing product cybersecurity legal risks
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