Billions of devices – home appliances, cars, aircraft engines, industrial control systems, medical devices – are connected to the Internet or to corporate or institutional networks. This so-called “Internet of Things” has tremendous benefits. For example, real-time monitoring of an aircraft engine can identify the first hint of a problem and alert mechanics to perform repairs when the plane lands. Connected medical devices allow patient data to be uploaded to the patient’s medical records and communicated to a team of treatment professionals. But connectivity can create cyber-vulnerabilities that threaten physical, financial, and even broader national security harm. How can designers, manufacturers and operators of IoT products and systems mitigate the risks and limit their liability for connected devices? Experts Chip Magid of Dorsey & Whitney and Michael Rossman of Accenture explain the risks of the Internet of Things and offer best practices and practical measures to minimize risk from interconnected devices.
- Chip Magid, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
- Mike Rossman, Managing Director, Accenture
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