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October 13th, 2016
Pictures and video have long been effective weapons in the fight for national security. The information conveyed in a simple image – a freeze-frame of a suspect captured on video, the license plate of a car, the words on a street sign or on the side of a building – are an increasingly important part of research, security, and investigations at all levels of government. But the sheer volume of content makes it nearly impossible for analysts to review images and develop keywords for every frame to make analysis possible.
July 26th, 2016
Security risks have long been the scapegoat for why government agencies aren’t moving quickly to the cloud. However, that excuse lost much of its traction in 2014 when the CIA went live with its own cloud. If cloud is secure enough for the CIA, it’s probably secure enough for others in the IC.
February 19th, 2016
In law enforcement, the appeal of body-worn cameras (BWC) rests on the proven ability to better document evidence and increase the accountability and transparency of an officer’s actions. Yet, while the hardware that’s generating these results is readily available for procurement by enforcement and public safety agencies of all sizes, what is proving more difficult is the storage, management, and access of the data the cameras collect.