Peer to Peer Magazine

Spring 2018

The quarterly publication of the International Legal Technology Association

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34 PEER TO PEER: THE QUARTERLY MAGAZINE OF ILTA | SPRING 2018 There used to be a separation between our online selves and our offline selves, with soware confined to computers and smartphones. The explosion of the internet of things (IoT) has changed this dynamic in a dramatic way. Now our online selves include our car, watch, thermostats and a whole host of devices that sit within our houses and offices. While this proliferation of smart devices brings a heightened level of convenience to our daily lives, it also makes cybersecurity significantly more critical to protecting not just our data, but also our physical, offline selves. by John Tomaszewski Within the past year we seem to have reached a tipping point in how technology is integrated into the fabric of our lives, and there could be consequences for companies that produce and market tech-related products. Connected Devices and the Increasing Regulatory Focus on Cybersecurity

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