Jennifer Maisel is a Certified Information Privacy Professional in the United States (CIPP/US), and advises clients on data security policies and procedures for protecting trade secrets and sensitive and personal information in compliance with state and federal laws. Mrs. Maisel regularly counsels clients on contractual and technological measures to safeguard valuable business information provided over the Internet, addressing issues such as web scraping or data breaches. She has been selected to the Washington, DC Super Lawyers “Rising Star” list, and regularly writes and lectures on privacy law issues involving cutting edge technology such as artificial intelligence/machine learning.View the profile
Dr. Bryan R. Moser is Academic Director of System Design & Management (SDM) at MIT, and a Senior Lecturer in both Engineering and the Sloan School of Management. He is also a Project Associate Professor at the University of Tokyo, where he directs the Global Teamwork Lab (GTL). Prior to returning to MIT in 2014, he worked for 25 years in industry; as a research engineer at the Basic Science Lab (A.I.) of Nissan Motor Company, as a Sr. Research Scientist at United Technologies Corporation, and as founder and President of Global Project Design, a firm pioneering software and methods for model-based project management. Moser focuses on engineering teamwork for complex systems problems and use of model-based methods to improve performance of diverse teams. Moser received a bachelor’s in computer science and Engineering in 1987 and a Master of Science in Technology and Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1989. His doctorate in 2012 is from the University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences.View the profile
Martin M. Zoltick is a shareholder with Rothwell, Figg, Ernst & Manbeck, P.C. in Washington, DC. He has been practicing in the field of technology law for more than 30 years. His practice is focused primarily on IP matters, transactions, and privacy, data protection, and cybersecurity. Mr. Zoltick is a Certified Information Privacy Professional in the United States (CIPP/US) and works with his clients to help them understand and navigate the rapidly evolving area of privacy and data protection law. He is working with clients to prepare, integrate, and implement best practices for CCPA, other state’s laws, and GDPR compliance. With his technical background and expertise, he is uniquely positioned to work with IT and technical teams to understand potential exposure and minimize the risks of a breach. Mr. Zoltick is currently providing thought leadership on the application of data protection laws and industry/technology-specific data privacy and security considerations for IoT devices, biometric data, and in outer space. Mr. Zoltick is a registered patent attorney, and a substantial part of his practice involves drafting and prosecuting patent applications and, along with that, developing with his clients IP strategic plans designed to maximize value and satisfy both legal and business objectives.View the profile
David Tennenhouse leads the research & innovation activities that are accelerating and extending VMware’s technology leadership. He also represents VMware’s technology strategy to government customers worldwide. David has a track record of driving innovation in multiple domains. He has worked in academia, as a faculty member at MIT; in government, at DARPA; in industry at Intel, Amazon/A9.com and Microsoft; and as a partner in a venture capital firm. Dr. Tennenhouse has been involved in the strategic planning and execution of programs related to a wide range of technologies, including distributed/cloud computing, blockchain, networking, computer architecture, storage, wireless communications, machine learning, search/advertising, IoT, robotics, MEMs, healthcare, and nano/bio-technology. David holds a BASc and MASc in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toronto and obtained his PhD at the University of Cambridge. He is a member of the ACM, a Fellow of the IEEE, and a member of the FCC’s Technological Advisory Council.View the profile
Dr. Adam T. Drobot is a technologist with over forty years of experience in industry, the public sector, and in research. Today his activities include strategic consulting, start-ups, and participation in industry associations and government advisory bodies. He is the Chairman of the Board of OpenTechWorks, Inc. a company specializing in open source software. Previously he was the Managing Director and CTO of 2M Companies in Dallas, TX, from 2010-2012, and President of the Applied Research and Government Business Units at Telcordia Technologies and the company’s CTO from 2002 to 2010. Prior to that, Adam managed the Advanced Technology Group at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). He also served as the Senior Vice President for Science and Technology as part of his 27 years of service at SAIC from 1975 to 2002.He has published more than 100 journal articles, and is a frequent contributor to industry literature. He currently holds 26 patents. Adam is a member of Several Corporate Boards, and the FCC Technology Advisory Council. He is on the Board of the Telecommunications Industry Association where he has Chaired the TIA Technology Committee. He is the 2007 recipient of IEEE’s Managerial Excellence Award. For the IEEE he has Chaired IEEE Employee Benefits and Compensation Committee, the IEEE Awards Recognition Council, served as a member of the IEEE Awards Board.View the profile
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Wrap up of the IoT Day Slam 2020 event, with Dr Drobot, IEEE and Nancy Shemwell, IoT Community – to reflect on this first of it’s kind collaboration in the IoT space, setting the narrative for future collaborations to come. Nancy, will outline next steps and how to implement meaningful outcomes across the IoT Community Centers of Excellence, IoT Practitioner content portal, and future IoT Slam conference initiatives. At this time, a celebration of the IoT Premier League 2020 Season Q1 leaders, recognizing the best of the best in IoT. Winding down the event and what would have been the best World IoT Day and IoT Slam event yet.
07:35 Application area
13:30 Going virtual and future plans
So I'm going to really thank Kevin and Adam one more time because it has been tremendous then we've seen 45 presentations with I mean 45% or whatever 15 presentations. I was kind of thinking how do you wrap up this much information and then I'm going to turn it over to you out of her some thoughts. But but I started doing conference Bingo, right? We've seen that on all social media last December's the key words that came out of the sessions in December work Cloud AI Healthcare cyber
5G iot When I looked at it this time, it was pandemic New Normal privacy telemedicine. distributed networking and iot An end and what I what I really felt was that there was something major missing because as I sit here in quarantine, I am the only person who seems to have a new and different relationship with her Alexa because I have to say thank you to her now and I probably will start yelling at her next week. But but what I have seen is this natural call to action I loved that was a quote
from from I think one of the security guys that it really this has shown a human ization of technology and how we are using it to implement and solve major problems right? There. Is this, you know Plato quote that that was used necessity is the mother of invention. An ending scene today case over
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