Free | NCCU School of Law - Intellectual Property and Cybersecurity Conference

2018-02-17
Organizer: Raleigh ISSA - Education, Technology, & InfoSec Meetup
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NCCU School of Law's - Intellectual Property and Law Institute and Raleigh ISSA would like to invite you to the first annual Intellectual Property and Cybersecurity Conference -The Marriage of Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, the Constitution and the Law.

The Cybersecurity Law Conference will be held at North Carolina Central University School of Law in Durham, North Carolina from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM on February 17, 2018. This event is co-sponsored by North Carolina Central University School of Law's Intellectual Property Law Institute and the Raleigh Chapter of the Information System Security Association. There is no charge for the conference although you will need to register since seats are limited. Use the below code to register.

North Carolina Central University School of Law
Durham, North Carolina
February 17, 2018
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Here are some of the topics which may be addressed by the presentations and panels:
1. The Legal Implications of Shifting Data to the Cloud.
2. The Impact of International Laws on Cloud Implementations Concerning the Data's Location.
3. The Framework for International Laws Concerning Data Privacy on IoT Devices.
4. Privacy and Bitcoin Anonymity.
5. The Privacy Implications of IoT Devices (Complex Privacy Agreements).
6. The Regulation of 3rd Party Bitcoin Companies.
7. Bitcoin Cyber Crime: The Use of Malware on Bitcoin Wallets.
8. IoT - Social Media Privacy.
9. Privacy: The Internet and Fourth Amendment Searches and Seizures.
10. Privacy: Social Media, Revenge Porn, and the First Amendment.
11. Intellectual Property: Patent Infringement, IP Protections and the Internet.
12. Intellectual Property: Patents vs. Copyrights in IP Protections.
13. The 15th Amendment: Voter Access, Voter System Hacking - Are We Safe from the Russians?
14. Social Media: A First Amendment Overreach in Education?
15. Criminal Law in the Cyber Universe: Hacking, Cyber Bullying, Counterfeiting.
16. Waiving Your Right to Privacy and Speech in an Intelligent Home.
17. The Impact of Unregulated, Decentralized Cryptocurrency (Global Bitcoin Stock Exchange).
18. The Exploitation of Cryptocurrency Systems.
19. The Implication of Untrustworthy Bitcoin mining software.
20. The Impact of the Internet on Outdated Laws and Regulation (HIPAA, FERPA, GLBA, PCI DSS).

*** This event is shared with our members and is not associated with Raleigh ISSA.***

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