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39 minutes | Jul 20, 2022
Broadband and Beyond: A Conversation with NTIA Administrator Alan Davidson
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)—which serves as the President’s principal advisor on telecommunications and information policy issues and the nation’s manager of federally-allocated radiofrequency spectrum, among other responsibilities—must balance several critical priorities at a key moment for American progress in telecommunications and technology. In this episode of Wiley Connected, Amb. David Gross and Sara Baxenberg of Wiley’s Telecom, Media & Technology Practice, along with Wiley summer law clerk Stephanie Rigizadeh, speak with NTIA Administrator Alan Davidson about the issues and opportunities facing the agency. The conversation spans several areas of focus at NTIA, including: •The “Internet for All” initiative, which seeks to leverage $45 billion in grant funding allocated by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to bring high-speed, affordable internet access to all Americans; •The Administration’s efforts on telecommunications issues abroad, including the candidacy of Doreen Bogdan-Martin for Secretary-General of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and upcoming ITU conferences; •NTIA’s collaboration with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on spectrum management issues; and •NTIA’s role in shaping policy on personal privacy.
40 minutes | Jun 30, 2022
Outsmarting Cyber Scammers: A Look Into Anti-Cybersquatting Litigation
In this podcast, Wiley partners Attison L. Barnes, III and David E. Weslow pull from their combined decades of experience for an in-depth discussion of cybersquatting and related Internet and digital media scams. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, business impersonation scams have increased 85%, and 95% of the 500 most popular websites are subject to impersonation. As scammers become more sophisticated, so have remedies and courses of action to combat this dynamic issue. Join us as we discuss the inception of the 1999 Federal Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (ACPA) and its applications, the forms and evolution of cyber scams, and the future of anti-cybersquatting litigation.
22 minutes | Jun 7, 2022
Digital Trade: Key Trends and Developments to Watch
Wiley partner Tim Brightbill and consulting counsel Jackie Ruff sit down to discuss all things digital trade, from its definition to the overarching themes in the current regulatory space. With the digital economy now accounting for more than 15% of global gross domestic product and growing rapidly, governments and industries alike must adapt to this landscape. Listen as we explore some of the most prominent initiatives and frameworks for establishing the rules on digital trade, ways businesses can get involved on an industry and individual level, and key developments to look for ahead of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference, as well as U.S.-EU and Indo-Pacific digital trade negotiations.
34 minutes | Jun 6, 2022
The State of Cyber: Breaking Down Recent Rules and Regulations
Megan Brown sits down with Christopher Roberti, Senior Vice President for Cyber, Space, and National Security Policy, U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Are cyber public private partnerships obsolete? What should the private sector look for in new incident reporting rules from the Department of Homeland Security? Are new Securities and Exchange Commission cyber rules a misguided solution in search of a problem? Will cyber remain bipartisan? Listen to our latest Cyber podcast to get up to speed on all things cyber.
51 minutes | Apr 25, 2022
Mandatory Cyber Incident Reporting: Pros, Cons, and Next Steps
Wiley Partner Megan Brown sits down with Tatyana Bolton, Policy Director, Cybersecurity and Threats at the R Street Institute, to discuss mandatory cyber incident reporting. They discuss how recent legislation and incident reporting have put incident reporting front and center with major impacts expected on the private sector.
62 minutes | Mar 16, 2022
Digital Currency and National Security Implications
In this podcast, Wiley Partners Hon. Nazak Nikakhtar and Steve Obermeier, Hon. Erik Bethel, Senior Adviser, Project on Prosperity and Development at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), and Colin Leach, International Trade Specialist, Office of Finance and Insurance Industries at the U.S. Department of Commerce discuss the national security implications of digital currency, including: The role of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) in economic competition and the global markets. What are the U.S. government and the rest of the world doing to compete in digital currency? What are the economic and national security implications if the United States lags behind? Relationship between CBDCs and cryptocurrency and current global national security issues (Russia, China). This podcast was originally recorded as a webinar for Wiley's 2022 National Security Series.
32 minutes | Feb 11, 2022
Ransomware, Geopolitical Tensions, and the Race to Regulate
In the next podcast episode of Wiley’s 2022 Privacy & Cyber Series, Wiley partner Megan Brown and special counsel Lyn Brown, who recently joined Wiley from the FBI, discuss ransomware, geopolitical tensions, and the race to regulate cybersecurity in the private sector.
33 minutes | Jan 20, 2022
Cyber in 2022: What Happened and What is Coming
In the inaugural episode of Wiley’s 2022 Privacy & Cyber Series, Wiley partner Megan Brown and special counsel Lyn Brown, who recently joined Wiley from the FBI, discuss cyber trends that picked up speed in 2021 and offer insights into what is coming in 2022 for the private sector including: * Ransomware and the sectors that are most at risk * How the government is responding to ransomware and other threats * How government is trying to increase cooperation with partners around the world * Public/Private partnerships and impending regulation * Civil Cyber Fraud Initiatives at DOJ And more
26 minutes | Sep 7, 2021
Drones and National Security: The Regulatory Landscape
In our podcast installment of the Emerging Threats in National Security series, Wiley’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Co-Chair Josh Turner and National Security Co-Chair Hon. Nazak Nikakhtar discuss how the government is approaching legal and regulatory actions to address national security risks posed by UAS, areas that may require regulatory action, and the future of the UAS industry.
26 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Fintech Noir: From Tulsa to Now: Dismantling Systemic Racism in Our Financial Systems
This is the inaugural episode of Fintech Partner Antonio Reynolds’ podcast series “Fintech Noir.” In this episode, Wiley Chief Diversity Officer Rashida MacMurray-Abdullah sits down with Antonio Reynolds to discuss the intersection between financial services and technology and diversity, equity and inclusion. Their discussion topics includes: •The 1921 Tulsa Massacre and what it symbolizes for Black economic development •How financial technologies can be leveraged to improve economic outcomes, particularly for communities of color
28 minutes | May 18, 2021
Key Takeaways from the AMG Capital Management v. FTC Decision
In this episode of Wiley Connected, Wiley partners discuss the Supreme Court’s recent 9-0 decision in AMG Capital Management v. FTC and its impacts. Tom Johnson, former Federal Communications Commission General Counsel, and Duane Pozza, formerly of the Federal Trade Commission, join Megan Brown to talk about FTC authority, the decision’s effects on other agencies’ enforcement activity, and the general trend in the courts to demand more of federal agencies that are increasingly using enforcement power to make law and policy shifts.
22 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
DoD Cyber: A Conversation with Melissa Vice, COO for DoD’s Vulnerability Disclosure Program
In this episode of Wiley Connected, Megan Brown talks with Melissa Vice, the Chief Operations Officer for DoD’s Vulnerability Disclosure Program (VDP) about trends and DoD cyber, including a new Pilot Program for the Defense Industrial Base. Join Megan and Melissa for a substantive chat about VDP, IoT, NIST, and more. Megan and Melissa discuss NIST 800-30(https://csrc.nist.gov/publications/detail/sp/800-30/rev-1/final) and OMB Memorandum M-20-32(https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/M-20-32.pdf). Anyone looking at the DIB-VDP Pilot or wondering what is around the corner should tune in.
38 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
DHS and Cyber: What Should Companies Expect?
Megan Brown sits down with one of Wiley’s newest attorneys, Sam Kaplan, former Assistant Secretary for Cyber, Infrastructure, Risk and Resilience Policy at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), to discuss the mission of DHS, cyber tends, and the agency’s relationship with the private sector.
35 minutes | Nov 12, 2020
The Promise of Connectivity: A Conversation with USTelecom President and CEO Jonathan Spalter
TMT partner Katy Milner sits down with USTelecom President and CEO Jonathan Spalter to discuss the importance of broadband to our everyday lives and for our connected future. Their discussion touches on today’s most pressing broadband topics, including how networks are supporting Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of broadband deployment, how wired networks support 5G, the importance of securing the communications supply chain, combatting robocalls, and more.
36 minutes | Nov 2, 2020
Robocall Update: New Call Authentication Order and Obligations, Explained
In this episode of Wiley Connected, Megan Brown, Kevin Rupy, and Kat Scott detail the broad obligations and expectations flowing from the FCC’s latest TRACED Act efforts, highlighting impacts on a diverse range of providers and trends all voice ecosystem stakeholders should be aware of.
43 minutes | Jul 8, 2020
A Discussion on Drone Tech Policy Issues with DJI’s Brendan Schulman
In the latest episode of Wiley Connected, DJI’s Brendan Schulman discusses how DJI got its start, the Remote ID rule, tech policy issues facing the industry, and the next frontier in state regulation with Wiley partners Josh Turner and Anna Gomez.
36 minutes | Jul 6, 2020
General Counsel of the FCC: A Conversation with Tom Johnson
Wiley’s Megan Brown and Josh Turner sit down with FCC General Counsel Tom Johnson to discuss the major issues facing the Commission, his role in defending the agency in court, why the best appellate brief is a well written regulation, and the importance of having a strong Twitter game.
31 minutes | Jun 30, 2020
UAS for First Responders & Enterprises: A Discussion with FirstiZ Founder Phil Burks
Wiley partners Anna Gomez and Josh Turner sit down with Phil Burks, the CEO of the Genesis Group and founder of FirstiZ, to discuss the regulatory and policy issues that companies like FirstiZ face and how the FirstiZ technology can benefit first responders and enterprises.
24 minutes | Jun 26, 2020
COVID-19 and Satellite: How Will the Industry be Impacted?
In this episode of Wiley Connected, Wiley partner Henry Gola sits down with Tom Stroup, President of the Satellite Industry Association (SIA), to discuss how COVID-19 has impacted the satellite industry and initiatives being taken by the companies in response to the pandemic.
34 minutes | Jun 5, 2020
Recent Developments in the FCC: A Conversation with Commissioner Carr
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr talks with Wiley’s Telecom, Media & Technology Practice co-chairs Amb. David Gross and Kathy Kirby to discuss recent developments in the FCC such as: •The latest Executive Order on Social Media •The effects and outcomes from COVID-19 •Net neutrality •ATSC 3.0
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