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California IoT Security Law SB-327

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Provide "smart" technologies to customers in the state of California

California’s IoT Security Law, also known as SB-327, affects every organization who provides “smart” technologies to customers in the state of California, and must be followed to continue doing business in California. The Law states that, “a manufacturer of a connected device shall equip the device with a reasonable security feature or features,” and many organizations are struggling to understand what “reasonable” means.

During this webinar, we will discuss the background of the bill, why it was put in place, and the steps that an organization can take to demonstrate compliance to your customers.  


key points covered:

  • Self-assessments

  • New frameworks

  • Obtaining Certifications


About the speaker

Account Executive and Cybersecurity Leader Ed ChandlerEd Chandler

Account Executive and Cybersecurity Lead, TÜV SÜD 

Ed Chandler has worked in the technology field since 2010, and Cybersecurity since 2011. During this time he has had great success working for organizations such as Trustwave, Great Bay Software, and Virtual Forge. In Cybersecurity he has had the opportunity to work with organizations in sectors such as: Financial Services, Education, Government, Healthcare, and Manufacturing.

During Ed’s time with Trustwave, he assisted large and complex government organizations not only implement PCI-DSS programs, but also ensure those programs were adopted by the greater organizations. At TÜV SÜD, Ed is an Account Executive for the Central Region as well as the Cybersecurity Lead for Business Assurance.

 

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