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
Are you making the most of the opportunities created by your team’s use of body-worn cameras? Discover how you can enlist the help you need to allow you to take full advantage of this essential law enforcement technology.
Ubiquitous data is so easily generated, and for that reason many enterprises today are exceedingly challenged to handle it all successfully. Take a look at a comprehensive information lifecycle governance solution that can help prevent enterprises from becoming submerged in their own sea of data.
Today, just about every event anywhere in the world seems to be captured on video by a security camera, smart phone camera or body worn camera. Body cameras for public safety and law enforcement professionals is a hot topic as agencies purchase equipment and set up new policies.
Ever hear of the dark web? The reality is, the dark web is bigger than just hidden services, some of which exist on Tor and some of which exist on clear web sites. Learn more about how the dark web is made up of sites and activities that pretty closely mirror offline crime statistics and what we
Data analytics is fueling new strategies in law enforcement from the federal level down to local departments. Whether it's finding patterns across time and location, predicting new threats or linking resources to responders during major events, data is the future of proactive emergency plans.
Heroin addiction is fueling the crime rate in Manchester, New Hampshire, and its police department needed real-time data to determine where crimes were likely to occur to enable the department to proactively prevent those crimes from happening. Take a pictorial journey to see how the Manchester
Identifying threats and vulnerabilities in the modern security landscape is an ever more arduous task. To stay ahead of a broadening range of multifaceted threats, enterprises need to employ solutions that can help them ingest and analyze disparate data from a variety of internal and external
Gottfried Leibbrandt, chief executive of the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT), declared that he is going "on the offensive against cyber criminals." With the recent spate of cyber attacks on banks including an 81 million heist we are in dire need of a tight
Commercial organizations are fair game for cyber criminals, hactivists and terrorists. Now, the practice of mining data for intelligence and sharing it is increasingly vital for enterprises to stay ahead of threat actors and their criminal strategies and tactics.
Despite the obvious and potential benefits for public agencies to move their IT services to cloud-based infrastructure, many are understandably reluctant to be an early adopter, which some believe potentially puts data at risk. Despite that reluctance, see why many public agencies, including law
The application of analytics and capturing information inside business documents can lead to all sorts of information for running smarter, faster and highly competitive businesses. Take a look at a few examples of how a workflow can dramatically change where and how information is collected and
Some experts have it that tens of thousands of devices are running buildings, power plants and other infrastructure in the US, and they are all connected to and part of the Internet of things (IoT). This connectivity produces many efficiencies, yet it brings the risk and fear of cybersecurity