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Wiley Connected | Tech Law and Privacy, Explained. Wiley Connected is the Tech law and privacy podcast hosted by technology-focused lawyers at Wiley, who break down developments at the intersection of tech, law and policy with a uniquely DC perspective. For additional resources and materials, head over to WileyConnect.com.
 
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On September 15, Governor Newsom signed the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act (ADCA) into law. The bill – which is modeled after the UK ICO’s code of practice for age-appropriate design – will impose broad new requirements on businesses that provide an online service, product, or feature that is “likely to be accessed by children.” The law…
 
Lyn Brown sits down with Kristina Walter, Chief of the Defense Industrial Base Cybersecurity within the National Security Agency’s Cybersecurity Collaboration Center, and Ben Kastan who is the Associate General Counsel for Cybersecurity at NSA to discuss an exciting new program NSA has launched to help companies in the defense industrial base comba…
 
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)—which serves as the President’s principal advisor on telecommunications and information policy issues and the nation’s manager of federally-allocated radiofrequency spectrum, among other responsibilities—must balance several critical priorities at a key moment for American progre…
 
In this podcast, Wiley partners Attison L. Barnes, III and David E. Weslow pull from their combined decades of experience for an in-depth discussion of cybersquatting and related Internet and digital media scams. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, business impersonation scams have increased 85%, and 95% of the 500 most popular websites a…
 
Wiley partner Tim Brightbill and consulting counsel Jackie Ruff sit down to discuss all things digital trade, from its definition to the overarching themes in the current regulatory space. With the digital economy now accounting for more than 15% of global gross domestic product and growing rapidly, governments and industries alike must adapt to th…
 
Megan Brown sits down with Christopher Roberti, Senior Vice President for Cyber, Space, and National Security Policy, U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Are cyber public private partnerships obsolete? What should the private sector look for in new incident reporting rules from the Department of Homeland Security? Are new Securities and Exchange Commission c…
 
Wiley Partner Megan Brown sits down with Tatyana Bolton, Policy Director, Cybersecurity and Threats at the R Street Institute, to discuss mandatory cyber incident reporting. They discuss how recent legislation and incident reporting have put incident reporting front and center with major impacts expected on the private sector.…
 
In this podcast, Wiley Partners Hon. Nazak Nikakhtar and Steve Obermeier, Hon. Erik Bethel, Senior Adviser, Project on Prosperity and Development at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), and Colin Leach, International Trade Specialist, Office of Finance and Insurance Industries at the U.S. Department of Commerce discuss the nat…
 
In the next podcast episode of Wiley’s 2022 Privacy & Cyber Series, Wiley partner Megan Brown and special counsel Lyn Brown, who recently joined Wiley from the FBI, discuss ransomware, geopolitical tensions, and the race to regulate cybersecurity in the private sector.저자 Wiley Rein LLP
 
In the inaugural episode of Wiley’s 2022 Privacy & Cyber Series, Wiley partner Megan Brown and special counsel Lyn Brown, who recently joined Wiley from the FBI, discuss cyber trends that picked up speed in 2021 and offer insights into what is coming in 2022 for the private sector including: * Ransomware and the sectors that are most at risk * How …
 
In our podcast installment of the Emerging Threats in National Security series, Wiley’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Co-Chair Josh Turner and National Security Co-Chair Hon. Nazak Nikakhtar discuss how the government is approaching legal and regulatory actions to address national security risks posed by UAS, areas that may require regulatory act…
 
This is the inaugural episode of Fintech Partner Antonio Reynolds’ podcast series “Fintech Noir.” In this episode, Wiley Chief Diversity Officer Rashida MacMurray-Abdullah sits down with Antonio Reynolds to discuss the intersection between financial services and technology and diversity, equity and inclusion. Their discussion topics includes: •The …
 
In this episode of Wiley Connected, Wiley partners discuss the Supreme Court’s recent 9-0 decision in AMG Capital Management v. FTC and its impacts. Tom Johnson, former Federal Communications Commission General Counsel, and Duane Pozza, formerly of the Federal Trade Commission, join Megan Brown to talk about FTC authority, the decision’s effects on…
 
In this episode of Wiley Connected, Megan Brown talks with Melissa Vice, the Chief Operations Officer for DoD’s Vulnerability Disclosure Program (VDP) about trends and DoD cyber, including a new Pilot Program for the Defense Industrial Base. Join Megan and Melissa for a substantive chat about VDP, IoT, NIST, and more. Megan and Melissa discuss NIST…
 
Megan Brown sits down with one of Wiley’s newest attorneys, Sam Kaplan, former Assistant Secretary for Cyber, Infrastructure, Risk and Resilience Policy at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), to discuss the mission of DHS, cyber tends, and the agency’s relationship with the private sector.…
 
In this episode of Wiley Connected, Megan Brown, Kevin Rupy, and Kat Scott detail the broad obligations and expectations flowing from the FCC’s latest TRACED Act efforts, highlighting impacts on a diverse range of providers and trends all voice ecosystem stakeholders should be aware of.저자 Wiley Rein LLP
 
Wiley’s Megan Brown and Josh Turner sit down with FCC General Counsel Tom Johnson to discuss the major issues facing the Commission, his role in defending the agency in court, why the best appellate brief is a well written regulation, and the importance of having a strong Twitter game.저자 Wiley Rein LLP
 
Wiley partners Anna Gomez and Josh Turner sit down with Phil Burks, the CEO of the Genesis Group and founder of FirstiZ, to discuss the regulatory and policy issues that companies like FirstiZ face and how the FirstiZ technology can benefit first responders and enterprises.저자 Wiley Rein LLP
 
In this episode of Wiley Connected, Wiley partner Henry Gola sits down with Tom Stroup, President of the Satellite Industry Association (SIA), to discuss how COVID-19 has impacted the satellite industry and initiatives being taken by the companies in response to the pandemic.저자 Wiley Rein LLP
 
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr talks with Wiley’s Telecom, Media & Technology Practice co-chairs Amb. David Gross and Kathy Kirby to discuss recent developments in the FCC such as: •The latest Executive Order on Social Media•The effects and outcomes from COVID-19•Net neutrality•ATSC 3.0저자 Wiley Rein LLP
 
In this episode of Tech Talks Pandemic, General Motors' (GM)Laura Thornton, Director of Marketing, Global Connected Services and Reagan Payne, Emerging Technologies Policy, join Kristina Wilcox to discuss how the tech company is joining in pandemic response, from OnStar, in-car WiFi, autonomous vehicles, and the production of ventilators.…
 
Media and tech veteran Stanley Pierre-Louis, President and CEO of the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), addresses the $44 billion dollar gaming industry’s role in pandemic response and beyond. As a longtime supporter of the Women’s High Tech Coalition, ESA is committed to technology innovation and connectivity. This is bearing out and accel…
 
Congresswoman Susan Brooks, who sits on the Energy and Commerce Committee, joins Megan Brown to talk about COVID-19, pandemic preparedness legislation, telehealth and telecom successes, liability risks and good samaritan protections, and more. As Congress looks to get back to D.C., what does the future hold for bipartisanship and progress to addres…
 
Bloomberg Government’s Rebecca Kern and US Chamber Center for Market Capital Competitiveness’ Julie Stitzel talk about the US Chamber’s efforts to help small businesses through the COVID-19 crisis, and how the entire tech community - from big tech to fintech is working together.저자 Wiley Rein LLP
 
FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly sits down with Wiley’s TMT co-chairs Amb. David Gross and Kathy Kirby to discuss the major initiatives that the FCC has prioritized for the American people during COVID-19 and beyond, including: •Broadband buildout •Broadcasting in times of crisis •Foreign telecom investment in the United States •Satellite services…
 
In this episode, we’re joined by Jamie Boone, Vice President of Government Affairs for the Consumer Technology Association. We discuss CTA’s COVID-19 resources, regulatory barriers to innovation during this time, and how technology and innovation are meeting some of the challenges created by COVID-19.…
 
Tech Talks Pandemic podcast is a collaboration of the Women’s High Tech Coalition and Wiley, in which public and private sector leaders chat about how tech is stepping up to help in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This episode features Congresswoman Suzan DelBene (D-Wa) to talk about the pandemic, tech, and policy. She discusses how her dist…
 
Companies are in the cross-hairs of State Attorneys General, even (or perhaps more so) in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode of Wiley Connected, Wiley partners Peter Hyun and Megan Brown discuss current tech and state AG activities and offer tips for managing inquiries and investigations. Peter was in the New York AG’s office and worked…
 
Wiley Connected has CTIA’s John Marinho and Melanie Tiano in studio for a discussion of security and privacy in 5G. As connectivity explodes and devices multiple, what is the fuss about and what is government and the private sector doing about it? Join Megan Brown and Kat Scott as they break down 5G privacy and security with our special guests.…
 
In this episode of Wiley Connected, Megan Brown, Hap Rigby, Kat Scott, and Boyd Garriott discuss recent developments in the federal privacy debate, including new proposals for comprehensive privacy legislation from Senators Cantwell and Wicker.저자 Wiley Rein LLP
 
In this episode of Wiley Connected, Wiley Rein attorney Jennifer Hindin and Tom Stroup, President of the Satellite Industry Association, discussed their takeaways from the SATELLITE 2019 conference in Washington, DC. More than 15,000 attendees from around the world were there to see the future of the satellite industry.…
 
In this episode of Sara and Josh Talk about Drones, Wiley attorneys Sara Baxenberg and Josh Turner sit down with Avi Lozowick, Vice President of Policy & Strategy at ParaZero, to discuss the concept of drone parachutes as a safety mitigation that is shaping the future of expanded operations. Sara, Josh, and Avi discuss Parazero’s latest waiver succ…
 
In this episode of Wiley Connected, Wiley Rein attorneys Scott Delacourt and Jacquelynn Ruff discussed their takeaways from the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. More than 109,000 attendees from around the world were there to see the future of the mobile industry. A major focus for industry stakeholders and government officials was …
 
In this episode of Wiley Connected, Wiley Rein attorney Duane Pozza talks with Kevin Werbach, Professor of Legal Studies & Business Ethics at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, about how blockchain enables trust in transactions, ways to resolve potential disputes, and the trajectory of blockchain regulation.…
 
In this Advanced Persistent Chats episode on Wiley Connected, Matthew Travis, the Deputy Director for the Department of Homeland Security's newly formed Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and Dan Sutherland, the agency’s lead lawyer, talk with Wiley Rein attorneys Megan Brown and Mike Diakiwski, about the agency’s mission to de…
 
In this episode of Wiley Connected, Megan Brown and our guest, the US Chamber Vice President of Cybersecurity Matthew Eggers, discuss recent and evolving Federal efforts to address cybersecurity as well as the US Chamber of Commerce's advocacy on cyber policy, including new NIST and DHS cyber initiatives and work on IoT security.…
 
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