Friel, McLellan and Daugherty Speak at Software Information and Industry Association's Deciphering the Internet of Things Program

News / November 13, 2017

On November 8, 2017, Partners Alan Friel and Melinda McLellan and Counsel Will Daugherty participated in the Software Information & Industry Association’s (SIIA) Deciphering the Internet of Things (IoT) program in Houston, Texas. Friel and McLellan delivered a presentation on privacy and IP issues related to the Internet of Things, and Daugherty participated in a panel discussion on the importance of IoT security.

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