Privacy and Security in the Internet of Things

Cora Han, Federal Trade Commission, and Sarthak Grover, Princeton

Date: 
Mon, 02/29/2016
Location: 
Bowl 2, Robertson Hall
Audience: 
Princeton University Community


Law and Technology Lunchtime Series
Open to current Princeton faculty, fellows and students only - please RSVP here.

Food and discussion begin at 12:15 pm.

Co-sponsored with the Woodrow Wilson School and Program in Law and Public Affairs

Panelists:

Sarthak Grover, Doctoral Student, Computer Science, Princeton University
Cora Han, Senior Attorney, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Federal Trade Commission
Nick Feamster (moderator), Acting Director of CITP and Professor of Computer Science, Princeton University

As connected devices become increasingly widespread, new privacy and security concerns grow. Internet of Things devices often are not designed with security in mind — they may serve as stepping stones to broader networks containing sensitive data, their flaws may physically endanger people, and their use by everyday consumers means that they exist in many households without the supervision of a skilled network administrator.

This panel is the first in a series of lunch-timers on law and technology. Each program explores the current state of an emerging technology and the legal, policy, and ethical considerations that stem from it.