The latest executive report published by IBM Institute for Business Value puts the estimated cost of cyber crime to the global economy in a range of USD 375–575 billion per year. Reputational damage, which is hard to calculate, comes on top of all this. No industry and geography has remained
To serve citizens effectively and efficiently, public entities can draw from the private sector’s 360-degree view of the customer and apply analytics, big data, Hadoop, machine learning and Spark to create a single or 360-degree view of the citizen. See how this methodology can empower public
One thing that a recent event in Beijing, China confirmed is there’s no shortage of interest in machine learning for developers in that region. Take a look at snapshots of event highlights featuring rich content on artificial intelligence, cognitive capabilities, machine learning and more presented
All the technology in the world applied to thwarting cyber threats can certainly have an impact. But the human factor plays a vital, complementary role in being smarter about cybersecurity. See how the role of humans in cybersecurity was emphasized in expert quotes culled from the recent IBM
No letup in cyber crime can be achieved without a concerted effort by everyone. Hear what cybersecurity experts have to say about the collaborative approach to fighting cyber crime in a recent Analtyics Brief.
The story is familiar. Technology innovation develops at a rapid clip, but agile threat actors seem to never be far behind. Hear what two cybersecurity experts have to say about minimizing cyber crime through artificial intelligence, cognitive computing and connected Internet of Things devices.
The ongoing struggle between good and evil that characterizes the ongoing battles between cyber warriors and cyber criminals only grows more technologically complex. Hear what leading cybersecurity leaders have to say about the application of artificial intelligence and cognitive computing to help
The world is increasingly challenged by water supply problems because of aging and deteriorating infrastructure, operating incidents and disruptions, drought and water scarcity, declining water quality, climate change and other factors. Take a look at an IBM and Veolia alliance that is using
How can public agencies, law enforcement and citizens utilize advanced technologies to their advantage in the war on cyber threats, terrorism, fraud and crime? Hear what leading security experts have to say in a recent Analytics Brief on staying ahead of cyber criminals, terrorists and hackers.
Fraud detection and prevention are critical, but the banking industry needs to see beyond fraud. By effectively using cybersecurity assessment tools, banking regulators and institutions along with the financial services industry need to intelligently adapt and be ever-vigilant against the rise in
Scientists are using predictive weather data capabilities to analyze and forecast storm paths with increasing accuracy. They’re tapping into data from a variety of sources for information, and these developments and applications of data analytics help keep communities in the paths of oncoming
Body-worn cameras are very likely to become part of a police officer’s standard issue along with body armor, firearm and baton. But body-worn camera programs can be costly when it comes to storing, managing and redacting all that video footage data. See what several law enforcement experts have to
Cameras, cameras, cameras. These devices are seemingly everywhere. And today there is considerable discourse on cameras worn by people working in law enforcement and other public agencies. How can all this video data not only be managed effectively, but also used intelligently to improve policing