Andrew S. Bosin is an Internet of Things (IoT) connected devices lawyer representing technology software wireless internet connected cloud devices & products companies and manufacturers. What type of legal work does an attorney perform that represents clients in matters related to The Internet of Things (IoT)? It is a combination of legal work related to technology, software and what is known as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). All three of these legal fields intertwine at some point or another in my travels as I assist clients with navigating the IoT landscape. This is because on a daily basis I am drafting agreements that contain language protecting intellectual property, privacy and data rights and amongst other things software code.IoT, “Internet of Things”, internet of things attorney, internet of things lawyer, taxation of internet of things, regulation of internet of things, internet of things law firm. Nationwide United States Internet of Things (IoT) Attorney Andrew S. Bosin counsels both startups and technology companies and clients on the growing complexities and data privacy challenges of Web 2.0 and internet connected devices. It is undeniable that The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing our lives. In the setting of IoT, everyday devices around us are collecting sizeable amounts of data that are being stored in cloud platforms and communicated to other devices and to other parties leaving them vulnerable to hacking or a cyber attack thus the need for clients to put in place effective preventive measure.
In the context of IoT, the impact on energy, education, technology, communication, business and healthcare will continue to grow exponentially driven by both wearable devices which measure our health and home heating connected devices providing valuable data about the performance of our houses from an energy standpoint.
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