Category Archives: Security

Information Security Breach – When does Yours Take Place?

Information Security Breach – When does Yours Take Place?

It seems that security breaches are becoming a daily occurrence. At least in how frequently they are being reported.  In the last few days we heard more regarding Home Depot, and just yesterday there was a story regarding eBay. I wonder who else will be in the press later this week.  As I went to

Choosing Cloud For Crime Mapping

Choosing Cloud For Crime Mapping

“He, who does not prevent a crime when he can, encourages it.” – Seneca Computer-based crime mapping has been around for thirty or forty years. Computerized crime mapping was struggling to prove its legitimate use until 1980’s. The use of maps for crime analysis dates back to 1800’s. Naturally enough, crime mapping was first applied

Cloud Security Alliance Releases New Big Data Taxonomy Report

Cloud Security Alliance Releases New Big Data Taxonomy Report

Cloud Security Alliance Releases New Big Data Taxonomy Report SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — CSA Congress 2014 – The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Big Data Working Group today released the Big Data Taxonomy Report, a new guidance report that aims to help decision makers understand and navigate the myriad choices within the

How The Cloud Has Brought About A Significant Improvement

How The Cloud Has Brought About A Significant Improvement

How The Cloud Has Brought About A Significant Improvement You know, the cloud has assumed control when even the most hesitant of businesses – lawful, monetary – talk about far reaching private mists, particularly for their industry. It appeared for quite a while that the conventional explanations behind moving to the cloud, i.e. decreased expense,

Using Big Data To Make Cities Smarter

Using Big Data To Make Cities Smarter

Using Big Data To Make Cities Smarter The city of the future is impeccably documented. Sensors are used to measure air quality, traffic patterns, and crowd movement. Emerging neighborhoods are quickly recognized, public safety threats are found via social networks, and emergencies are dealt with quicklier. Crowdsourcing reduces commuting times, provides people with better transportation