Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Jon Neiditz Featured Speaker at SecureWorld Atlanta
ATLANTA (May 22) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Partner Jon Neiditz will be a featured speaker at SecureWorld Atlanta. The conference will be held on May 27 - 28, at the Cobb Galleria Center.
Mr. Neiditz will speak at a session titled, “Securing Privacy & Trust in Platforms for the Internet of Things.” This presentation will cover how we can establish trust within the various sectors of the IoT, the role of platforms in establishing trust and what privacy will become, and how structures lending themselves to trust through privacy map against security networks.
For more information on Secureworld Atlanta, please click here.
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.
If you want be provoked to think about how the Internet of Things may recreate privacy, see: http://datalaw.net/how-the-internet-of-things-will-recreate-privacy/; and if you wonder how millennials can love both the Internet of Things and privacy, try: http://datalaw.net/millennials-understand-privacy-a-lot-better-than-you-do-the-fix/.
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