The Internet of Things Privacy Summit hosted by TRUSTe was a resounding success yesterday as experts from top organizations, universities, law firms and companies across the privacy and tech ecosystem came together to discuss, debate and define the privacy needs of the new interconnected world and scope out the next generation of solutions. Read recent coverage of the event by USA Today, Politico, KQED Forum and IT Business Edge.
The day was filled with lively discussion as speakers covered a variety of topics including: emergence of the industrial Internet, big data vs. privacy and security, moving beyond mobile to the next frontier for behavioral advertising on connected devices, the emergence of compliance in the new IoT era.
TRUSTe also announced the formation of a multi-stakeholder IoT Privacy Tech Working Group to identify the technical standards and best practices necessary to help enhance consumer privacy in the Internet of Things. Groups and individuals with expertise in this area should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register their interest. The news was covered today by DM News and Politico.
Many thanks to our speakers, partners and sponsors who helped make the summit a huge success.
The Summit panel sessions were recorded and are available online: http://www.truste.com/events/iot/live/
A big thank you to our sponsors, Morrison Foerster, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, PwC, Promontory; to our partners CDT, FPF, MEF, OTA, The National Cyber Security Alliance; programming support from IAPP; and media partner Cecile Park. The event would not have been possible without your support!
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