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Attorney Sid Bose Will Present on Legal Issues and the Internet of Things at Upcoming CEDIA Expo

August 25, 2017
Attorney Sid Bose Will Present on Legal Issues and the Internet of Things at Upcoming CEDIA Expo

Ice Miller attorney Sid Bose will present “Building Secure – Understanding the Legal Issues in the Internet of Things” at the Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) Expo 2017 on Sept. 8 in San Diego.

The CEDIA Expo is one of the largest Internet of Things (IoT) trade shows of its kind, bringing together more than 18,000 technology professionals and 500 exhibitors. CEDIA says it is the only show dedicated completely to residential technology. This year’s theme is “Exponential,” boasting exponential chances for learning, innovation and connection. CEDIA 2017 takes place in San Diego from Sept. 5-9.

Sid will be speaking with Frank White from 10-11 a.m. on Sept. 8 in Room 30D. With new advances in IoT technology, home cameras can be hacked, baby monitors can be taken over and homes can be “taken offline” completely. This session will focus on how companies and manufacturers can address liability and legal issues pertaining to IoT home devices. Learn more about Sid’s training session and register here.

In addition to offering 150 training classes, CEDIA also hosts hundreds of exhibitors, debuts new products and offers several breakout sessions and networking opportunities.

Sid is an attorney in Ice Miller's Litigation and Intellectual Property Group. Sid’s top two areas of focus are Intellectual Property and Data Security and Privacy. As part of Ice Miller’s Data Security and Privacy Practice, Sid counsels clients on various data security and privacy issues dealing with online privacy, vendor contracts and agreements, IT audit, compliance, data breaches, disaster recovery, IoT and business continuity planning. Sid is a co-chair of the Indianapolis chapter of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

Learn more about the IoT Industry Group here. Also, download our Smart Connections guide for more information on legal issues behind connected IoT devices.

This publication is intended for general information purposes only and does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice. The reader should consult with legal counsel to determine how laws or decisions discussed herein apply to the reader’s specific circumstances.

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