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Eran Kahana to Present at the University of Minnesota Law School's Journal of Law, Science & Technology's Spring Symposium

March 2, 2018

Eran Kahana, a cybersecurity and intellectual property lawyer in Maslon's Business & Securities Group, will serve as a panel member in a session titled "Rise of the Machines: How the Internet of Things Affects Data Privacy and Cybersecurity" at the University of Minnesota Law School’s Journal of Law, Science & Technology Symposium: The Legal Landscape of the Internet of Things on Friday, March 2, 2018. Eran's portion of the presentation, titled "Rise of the Intelligent Information Brokers: Role of Computational Law Applications in Administering the Dynamic Cybersecurity Threat Surface in IoT," will build on his nine years of research at Stanford Law School and explains the role that artificial intelligence-enabled computational law applications can play in decreasing the cybersecurity risks of using Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

Eran counsels clients on a wide variety of matters related to cybersecurity, technology law, trademarks, patents, and copyright issues. He is a Fellow at Stanford Law School and  serves in a variety of cybersecurity thought-leadership roles and works closely with the FBI, Department of Justice, Secret Service, and colleagues from the private and academic sectors to set, promote, and sustain cybersecurity best practices. At Stanford Law School, Eran zrites and lectures on the intersect between law and artificial intelligence and is a frequent speaker at Stanford's annual E-Commerce Best Practices Conference.

For more information and to register, go to: The Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology Symposium: The Legal Landscape of the Internet of Things.


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