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International Conference on Cyber law Cyber crime & Cyber Security

International Conference on Cyberlaw Cybercrime & Cyber Security

Cyber Law Today by Pavan Duggal

INTERNET OF THINGS & LAW

INTERNET OF THINGS & LAW

This course gives you an introduction of the legal, policy and  regulatory issues impacting the Internet of Things. It takes you through a journey to discover the various complex legal issues that Internet of Things is beginning to throw up, including protection of privacy and cyber security and how different legal approaches are evolving to deal with these legalities and related nuances raised by IoT.

Topics covered: 

  1. Welcome to the course on IoT & Law
  2. Introduction
  3. Positives and Negatives of Internet of Things
  4. IoT & Statistics
  5. Statistics & Barcelona case study
  6. How IoT impacts your privacy?
  7. Breach of medical IoT devices?
  8. Internet of Things and Privacy
  9. Questions regarding Internet of Things and Privacy
  10. Privacy challenges on Internet of Things
  11. Difficulties in privacy protection
  12. California IOT law – Introduction
  13. Manufacturers’ obligations
  14. Reasonable security features – elements
  15. Reasonable security features – additional elements
  16. Clarifications regarding interpretation of California IOT law
  17. IoT and Cybersecurity – An Introduction
  18. Distinction between computers and communication devices on IoT evaporating
  19. Duty to protect Cybersecurity in IoT devices
  20. Cybersecurity law & IoT
  21. United Kingdom report on consumers IoT products and associated services
  22. Common principles of UK proposed code of practice of security
  23. Other common principles of UK proposed courts
  24. Other common principles contd.
  25. Questions on legal enforceability of cybersecurity obligation
  26. Intermediary liability & IoT
  27. Defining IoT user rights on Cybersecurity
  28. Jurisdiction & Attribution in IoT
  29. Increasing frequency and cost of IoT cybersecurity breaches
  30. Interception, Surveillance and Monitoring in IoT
  31. Data protection & IoT
  32. Traceability and unlawful profiling on IoT
  33. Monitoring of data transmission on IoT
  34. Conclusion

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