STEALING INNOVATION: The Rise of Intellectual Property and Cyber Crime in the Manufacturing Sector and Strategies for Combatting Theft
Watch the event recording: http://pdxwebcast.uoregon.edu/webcast_files/10-13-17-144.mp4
Date: Friday, October 13th, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM (Pacific Time)
Location: University of Oregon, Portland Campus, White Stag Building, 70 NW Couch St., Portland, OR 97209
Description: Co-hosted by the National Alliance for Jobs and Innovation and the University of Oregon School of Law, this Manufacturing Day event brought together manufacturing and tech executives, business owners, legal professionals, academics, and students to address current and future intellectual property (IP) and cyber theft issues facing the manufacturing sector. The program included speeches and panel discussions where industry experts will provide substantive insights into strategic IP & cyber planning and protection, the current threat landscape, supply chain management, the future of manufacturing innovation, improving global competitiveness, privacy, and more.
|9:00AM–9:30AM||Registration, Networking & Refreshments|
|9:30AM–9:40AM||Welcome by the Hon. Nicole Y. Lamb-Hale, Managing Director, Kroll, former Asst. Secretary of Commerce, Manufacturing and Services, International Trade Administration & NAJI Chair|
|9:40AM–10:40AM||Panel: Intellectual Property: Current Challenges, Protection & Enforcement Strategies, and the Future of Manufacturing Innovation
This panel will discuss the biggest IP theft challenges for manufacturers today and how to deal with them.
– Paul O’Brien, Chief IP Counsel, Leggett & Platt, Inc.
– Roy Paulson, President, Paulson Manufacturing Corp.
– Chris Lewis, Vice President and Chief IP Counsel, FLIR
– Moderator: Chandra Brown, President. Green Endeavor, Inc.
|10:40AM–10:55AM||Remarks by Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum|
|11:05AM–12:05PM||Panel: Cyber Security: The Threat, the Impact, and How to Protect Digital Assets
This panel will discuss the current threat landscape and how manufacturers can stay ahead of cyber criminals.
– Hannah Kain, President & CEO, ALOM
– Prof. Jun Li, Founding Director, Center for Cyber Security and Privacy, University of Oregon
– Carrie Leonetti, Associate Professor, University of Oregon School of Law
– Brandon Nesbit, GREM, Senior Managing Consultant, Kroll
– Moderator: Eric Priest, Associate Professor, University of Oregon School of Law
Written remarks by Senator Ron Wyden, United States Senate (D-OR)
Read by Chandra Brown, President, Green Endeavor, Inc. & former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Manufacturing, U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration
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Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum