Canadian Multistakeholder Process: Enhancing IoT Security

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The Internet Society has partnered with Innovation, Science and Economic Development, the Canadian Internet Registration Authority, CANARIE, and CIPPIC to convene stakeholders in order to develop recommendations for a set of norms/policy to secure the Internet of Things in Canada. The first multistakeholder meeting in the year-long process was held in Ottawa on April 4, 2018. In these sessions, we addressed two specific thematic areas: consumer protection and network resilience.

Mark Buell, Jeff Wilbur and Olaf Kolkman participated at this event.

This event was recorded and livestreamed.

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Date and Time

Wednesday 04 April 2018

Location

Delta Hotels by Marriott Ottawa City Centre

101 Lyon Street North
Ottawa, ON K1R 7Y5
Canada

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