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.
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
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
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.
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.
Advanced analytics can help law enforcement officials across jurisdictions assist one another in predicting and preventing criminal activity. In particular, analysts, investigators and detectives can collaborate to share information to help detect threats and identify criminals.
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 insights that lie undiscovered in business data can often provide both short- and long-term competitive advantages. Find out how agile analytics platforms are helping put information in context by cataloging, integrating and aligning data.
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.
Governments around the world are awash with data, much of it in systems used to record the services provided to citizens. However, governments often struggle to unlock the greater value offered by that data, which could help them deliver services coherently and consistently. Find out how analytics
Turn video images into public safety insights. IBM Intelligent Video Analytics cuts through the vast linear process of video monitoring by converting video images to data – data that can be filtered and analyzed - delivering insight into what is happening on both live and recorded video.
For decades, IBM has been assisting organizations that are responsible for protecting nations, cities and economies from the changing threat landscape, both natural and human-created. Watch this video to learn more about IBM i2 Safer Planet Portfolio.