Joel Trachtman thinks it’s a near certainty that the WTO agreements will complicate US efforts to head off an IoT cybersecurity meltdown, and there’s a real possibility that a US cybersecurity regime could be held to violate our international trade obligations. Claire Schachter and I dig into the details of the looming disaster and… Continue Reading
Recently, I was the keynote speaker for CityNationalBank’s “Cyberespionage: Who Wants Your Data? And What Can You Do About It?,” where I discussed the increased cyberattacks on law firms involved in international mergers and acquisitions.
Our guest this week is Ambassador Daniel Sepulveda, the man charged with managing the US relationship with the International Telecommunications Union. The ambassador helps us make sense of the recent ITU meeting in Busan, South Korea, where efforts to validate a greater government role in internet affairs seem to have been turned back for another… Continue Reading
In our ninth episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Michael Vatis, and Jason Weinstein discuss: This week in NSA/Snowden: NSA weighs options for 215 data and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence will not disclose the study of storage options; GCHQ’s webcam captures; Canadian extradition flap; ABA President sends letter to… Continue Reading