For the financial services industry, the presence of cybersecurity vulnerabilities and an uptick in fraud seem to beg the proverbial chicken-and-egg question: which begets the other? Hear what noted security experts have to say about this and other key questions in this recent podcast.
Many organizations today are vulnerable to a variety of threats that, if successful, can put their customers, employees and brand at serious risk. Staying in front of these varying and evolving threats requires continuously monitoring and analyzing disparate data sets and then fusing the resulting
Threats and threat actors are increasingly prevalent today given current technological advancements, which can result in gaps and vulnerabilities such as physical threats, fraud attacks and cyberthreats. Governments and commercial business leaders alike must employ advanced analytic solutions to
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
Agencies today face the daunting task of managing and minimizing constantly evolving threats. Today’s threat actors are much more agile than ever as they exploit technology to commit cyber crimes, physical crimes, fraud, insider threats and more. These new-age threats mandate that organizations
What video management issues do public safety agencies need to be thinking as they implement body-worn camera programs? What lessons can be learned from early adopters? And how can video analytics technology help save time, optimize costs and add intelligence into body-worn camera systems?
Don’t miss your chance to get acquainted with the dark web in this live panel discussion hosted by IBM’s Bob Stasio. When you do, you’ll hear security experts’ latest thoughts about everything from private-sector entities’ place in the dark web to shutting down the dark web entirely.
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
With so many different attackers with methods as varied as their motives, there is no such thing as an “impenetrable barrier.” So your only real option is to go on the offensive. IBM i2 Enterprise Insight Analysis integrates visual analysis capabilities with advanced analytics. It enables
The public, media and others have a right to see video footage collected from body-worn cameras on law enforcement officers, but compliance issues with governing agencies adds a lot of complexity to these requests. Consider four key questions agencies owning—and are responsible for—all that video
A growing number of law enforcement agencies are realizing the community-relations benefits of body-worn camera programs. But the volumes of video footage those cameras create can be challenging to access, manage, search through and more. One solution offers four good reasons law enforcement can