The Internet Of Things Could Put Trade Secrets At Risk

Law360, New York (June 7, 2016, 11:25 AM EDT) -- Stephen E. Reynolds

Deepali Doddi While the rapid emergence of the Internet of Things has been well publicized in the area of consumer products, less attention has been given to one of the Internet of Things' largest areas of growth — devices designed for businesses. These interconnected business devices, sometimes referred to as the "Industrial Internet of Things," are revolutionizing the way businesses collect and use data. With all the promise of these new technologies come new risks to businesses — particularly in the area of protecting valuable trade secrets.

This article provides an overview of the Industrial Internet of Things,...

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