Presented by Cyberspace Law Committee, Business Law Section, State Bar of California, and the Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy and UCLA School of Law
Panel 1: PRIVACY IN THE INTERNET OF THINGS
The privacy panel provided an overview of United States and EU privacy obligations, regulatory enforcement, and current developments in the EU safe-harbor negotiations for data transfer to the United States.
• Dan Nabel, Lecturer in Law, USC Gould School of Law and Associate General Counsel, Riot Games
• Mark Aldrich, Senior Technology Attorney, FLEX by Fenwick, acting as legal advisor to Fortune 100 companies, Principal of Aldrich Law Group
• Moderator -- Erik Syverson, Entertainment & Media Litigation, Raines Feldman LLP
Panel 2: CURRENT ISSUES IN DATA BREACH
The data breach panel addressed international law and national security implications from data breach, along with current trends and best practices to minimize exposure for United States organizations.
• Kristen Eichensehr, Visiting Assistant Professor, UCLA School of Law
• Todd Stefan, Executive Vice President at Setec Security
• Ryan White, Cyber & Intellectual Property Crimes Section, U.S. Attorney’s Office, Central District of California and Adjunct Professor, Loyola School of Law
• Moderator—Patrick Downes, Regulatory and Class Action Defense, Loeb & Loeb LLP
5:30—Privacy in the Internet of Things
6:30—Current Issues in Data Breach
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