Future of Privacy Forum is excited to partner with TRUSTe to provide attendees with a full day of case studies, workshops and panels at the second IoT Privacy Summit on June 17th in Menlo Park, California. This year’s Summit focuses on practical solutions to the privacy challenges brought on by the Internet of Things, with topics focusing on key FPF priorities like connected cars, smart cities and homes, wearable devices, and more.
FPF’s Joseph Jerome will participate in a panel titled “How the Automobile Industry Took the Lead in Industry Self-Regulation,” along with representatives from General Motors and Hogan Lovells. The panel will discuss how car makers came together to address privacy issues head-on as vehicles become increasingly connected — and data fueled. The group will also discuss how a set of automotive privacy principles were developed, and what industry is doing to implement them ahead of their 2016 start-date. Click here to view a current list of other speakers.
Ahead of the Summit, on June 16th, FPF will also participate in the IoT Privacy Tech Working Group. The group will meet to identify both the technical standards and best practices necessary to help enhance consumer privacy in the IoT. More information about the IoT Privacy Summit 2015 is available here.
More important, to register, click here. We look forward to discussing the Internet of Things next month!