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CIPS NL Feb 5th Luncheon: "Privacy & the Internet of Things"
Date: 
Thu, 02/05/2015
Event Location: 
(Saint John's, NL)

Luncheon 

Privacy and the Internet of Things

 

 IM & IT Professionals, Students and those with Privacy and Security interests will benefit from this thought provoking presentation.

 Guest speaker is Mandy Woodland 

 

Thursday, Feb 5th, 2015

Holiday Inn

180 Portugal Cove Road

noon – 1:30pm

 

$15 Members* $25 Non-Members

*CIPS, NATI, PMI, Startup, & IIBA Members

 

Pre-registration is required for this event and space is limited.

To register, Go online to http://cipsnl-2015-01.eventbrite.com

 

The Internet of Things (IoT) is colossal, and growing. According to a January 2014 research report from Raymond James & Associates, today 80 "things" – including consumer electronics, machine tools, industrial equipment, cars, and appliances – connect to the Internet for the first time every second. By 2020 this will expand to 250 new devices every second. While there are many benefits to this connectedness, it also presents serious security and data privacy challenges - join us for an interesting short discussion on privacy, security, and the IoT.

 

The Speaker:

Mandy is a commercial lawyer with a focus on privacy and technology, and owner of Mandy Woodland Law in St. John's, NL - a virtual law firm providing flat rate services and part-time in-house counsel services both on- and off-site for clients. She acts as a business partner, providing legal services and advice to companies and individuals at all stages from startup through growth and exit. Mandy is past-Chair of the national Canadian Bar Association Privacy & Access Law Section, provincial CBA section chair in NL, and is currently Chair of the Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Technology Industries. She is a member of IT.CAN and ITechLaw, and speaks regularly on the intersections of law and technology.

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