Washington, D.C. partner Laura Phillips and counsel Katherine Armstrong spoke at a Federal Communications Bar Association (FCBA) event titled, “Legal and Policy Introduction to the Internet of Things,” on June 2.

Laura’s presentation was titled “Where the U.S. is in the Development of IoT and its Promise.” Katherine moderated a panel focused on the privacy and cybersecurity challenges posed by the proliferation of connected devices, titled, “Privacy and Cybersecurity Challenges Posed by the Internet of Things.”

Adam Sedgewick of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Mark Eichorn of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) also spoke at the event, among others. Linda Kinney of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) moderated the second panel, presenting industry perspectives on key public policy issues and the role of government in fostering the development of IoT.

Read the full agenda.

Source: Federal Communications Bar Association