Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Jon Neiditz Takes on the Internet of Things
Chairing, Moderating and Speaking at Four Conferences
ATLANTA (April 16) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton warned today that you should begin to expect the unexpected in connection with the Internet of Things (I0T), because Jon Neiditz will be saying what others won’t say and organizing lots of people smarter than he is to address these issues:
- How we can establish trust within the various sectors of the IoT (e.g., home, automotive, wearables, workplace, industrial and public).
- The role of platforms in establishing trust, and what privacy will become.
- How structures lending themselves to trust through privacy map against security networks.
- How big data’s foreseeability will change liability.
In the immediate future, Jon is taking on these issues through chairing, moderating and speaking at the American Conference Institute’s Legal and Business Forum on the Internet of Things (IoT). The conference will be held on April 22 – 24, at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco. Even before that, on April 20, he is moderating “Security, Privacy and Trust in IoT Platforms” at CyberTECH’s Securing the Internet of Things Forum, which will be held at the Terra Gallery in San Francisco. A glutton for IoT privacy and security issues, he will not stop there. Watch for ever-improving efforts at SecureWorld in Atlanta and with TRUSTe back in San Francisco in the coming months.
Mr. Neiditz leads the Big Data, Privacy and Information Security practice at Kilpatrick Townsend, a firm that has become one of the leading information law firms in the world. Previously, he has led information management practices at other major law and consulting firms, and served as an in-house general counsel and a special advisor to reform initiatives. Mr. Neiditz is passionate about customer service and innovation.
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