Historically, policing has been a largely reactive pursuit. Today, anticipating criminal behavior has taken on a new meaning: Data-driven prediction of high-risk people, places and events allow police to work more proactively than ever before.
In this month's episode of First Line, Dr. Gary Nestler chats with Adam Crowe and William Moorhead, J.D. about how emergency management systems can apply big data and analytics to help first responders and key stakeholders.
In an era of almost daily news reports of cybersecurity breaches, cyber threats and cyber attacks, an attack on critical infrastructure and power grids grows more likely every day. What can be done about it? Is the US adequately prepared to thwart such an attack? Consider several factors in
Fraud is pervasive and impacts many sectors, but its impact on the healthcare industry is profoundly damaging from a cost perspective. Take a look at this point of view by experts demonstrating how fraudulent practices in healthcare administration can be dramatically reduced by fraud-detection
How can organizations tasked with responding quickly to crisis events and saving lives empower its first responders with real-time information? See how International Medical Corps applied advanced analytics to shrink response times in emergencies.
Put the kibosh on suspicious activity, bad actors and the illegitimate behaviors that often go undiscovered for government and social healthcare programs in particular. Learn more about advanced methods that utilize multilayered analytics in social program healthcare compliance solutions to counter
Many observers assume data and analytics can improve the way governments deliver services, but how can governments do so? The first step is to set realistic and attainable goals, rally stakeholders around meeting those goals, and then use data and analytics to measure and monitor progress.
Data engineers have much to learn from water management professionals, who have mastered the art of keeping filtered water on tap—ready at a moment’s notice. As information volumes begin to deluge data repositories and outpace traditional approaches, data professionals must use every tool at their
The world can become an increasingly safe place when people who are in charge of real-world safety and cybersafety are equipped with data and analytics. From cyber threat analysis to public safety prediction and response, here are the Safer Planet initiative’s top 10 stories of the year.
Even with ever-more advanced machine-based data analytics, when it comes to fighting cybercrimes and physical crimes, human thought and intuition are still irreplaceable—especially during the detection and mitigation phases.
With the proliferation of digital data, how can healthcare providers manage all this information while complying with mandated requirements? Cognitive computing can help providers understand the importance of this data and leverage it to become a key asset.