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
The rising prevalence of aerial drones offers an illustrative example of the challenges that rapid technological advancement is bringing to maintaining cybersecurity and privacy. Take a deep dive into the kinds of security questions that drones and other technical innovations are raising and the
Last year I made a few predictions about what would come to pass in the big data landscape in 2015. How close was I? Let’s revisit some of my 2015 predictions to see if they came to fruition and whether there were any surprises.
Welcome to the second Public Sector Watch at IBM Insight 2015, where we debate data and analytics issues affecting government, education and healthcare. The Watch was in Las Vegas for the premier data and analytics conference, IBM Insight 2015. Topics discussed include the similarities between
Designing for the Internet of Things means creating new ways of achieving business goals, offering customers a compelling value proposition with connectivity at its forefront. Find out what considerations can help you reshape your business model to scale with the Internet of Things.
Welcome to Public Sector Watch at IBM Insight 2015, where we debate data and analytics issues affecting government, education and healthcare. The Watch is in Las Vegas this week for the premiere data and analytics conference, IBM Insight 2015. Topics discussed include the similarities between
Explore the IBM i2 Summit for a Safer Planet in pictures taken from general and breakout sessions. Experts in various security-related fields—including law enforcement, emergency management, defense/national security, cyberthreat intelligence and counter-fraud—gathered to discuss new, more
The battle of privacy versus data and analytics continues to rage in the public sector. The axiom “all human beings have three lives: public, private and secret” may need to be modified, as today's data and analytics likely mean just one life for private citizens —a public one.
On September 1-2, the IBM i2 Summit for a Safer Planet brought personnel in law enforcement, emergency management, defense/national security, cyber threat intelligence and counter fraud together. Here are the highlights from day 2.
Experts in various security-related fields—including law enforcement, emergency management, defense/national security, cyberthreat intelligence and counter-fraud—gathered at the i2 Summit for a Safer Planet to discuss new, more effective ways to deal with the evolving threat landscape. The first
This week’s guests—Jeffrey Alderson, Vi Bergquist and Susan Bearden—chat with Robert Dolan, an IBM subject-matter expert who supports the Government and Education sectors. Topics to be discussed include big data, education and privacy considerations.
The Internet and social feeds are full of articles, blogs, news and more on the strides that the public sector is making with big data and analytics. This Public Sector News series skims the newswires and culls highly interesting items that provide fodder for thought, discussion and debate.