Tag: internet of things (IoT)

The Internet of Things(IoT) creates unique compliance and risk challenges.  It’s a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals — or even people — that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.

What Is Next for IoT Regulation?

Cyberattacks on connected devices continue at a rapid pace, and regulators are well aware of this fact. Access Partnerships’ Maria Zervaki discusses the past year of regulations surrounding the internet of things, as well as predicted upcoming topics in IoT regulation. Although it’s already two decades old, the internet of ...

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Why and How IoT Companies Should Prepare for Law Enforcement and Other Demands for Production of Data

Since many IoT devices capture data, IoT companies are fielding and will increasingly field requests for the data in connection with criminal or civil proceedings. Attorneys from Morrison & Foerster discuss the growing demand and what IoT companies should consider going forward. There are an estimated 10 billion internet of ...

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The State of GRC

From Google's GDPR violation to data breaches happening just hours after the new year, 2019 is off to a crazy start, especially for risk managers. In anticipation of the months ahead, LogicGate CEO Matt Kunkel predicts what GRC professionals should be prepared for in 2019.  There’s no doubt risk managers ...

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5 Upcoming Trends in Compliance

2018 demonstrated that cyber threats are far from being tackled. Coalfire’s Adam Shnider discusses how in 2019, we can expect compliance and governmental bodies to set the bar even higher to protect data. While it may appear that enterprise security teams and compliance frameworks have stepped up their game to ...

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