From smart security systems to smart appliances, connected products are transforming not only industrial processes, communities, and cities but also the way people do business.
This seminar will consider the legal framework surrounding connected products including some of the dimensions of the risk ecosystem of these new technologies ranging from data management and cybersecurity to software failures, design defects, product failures, and claims handling. This presentation will outline key risk considerations for insurance professionals to help them prepare for claims involving connected products
Edona C. Vila, LL.B.
Senior Associate, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
CE accreditation: 2 Technical RIBO hours pending
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