Citizens are starting to question aspects of their interactions with public sector agencies in ways they had not previously. To counterbalance these concerns, it is critical to understand where and why security issues exist and take steps to proactively address and alleviate risk. Learn how you can take action today.
A lot is already known and experienced about data security. This blog tries to slice and dice the data security paradigm differently, with the aim of providing a different perspective. The hope is that, different perspectives lead to different viewpoints, thoughts, realizations and ideas. If this blog creates a new thought or idea, and leads to an ‘aha’ moment, then it’s a purpose well served.
Identity intelligence is going mainstream by leveraging the vast capabilities of biometrics, artificial intelligence (AI), and advanced data analytics. But along the way, we’re going to have to overcome some substantial challenges.
In 2003 Mark Zuckerberg got into his university’s private data network. Doing so was effectively against the rules. As was using the images and information he found to create a website that, in time, would become one of the world’s largest companies.
Tim Green, from our justice, law enforcement and border security practice in Asia Pacific, looks at the underlying need for a cultural change within government to support data sharing between agencies as a part of “Joined Up Government” with the aim of offering new and more efficient services to citizens.
Government IT departments have seen a number of factors impact their IT organisation. Over time this has led to the current ‘disparate data distress’ situation in which many organisations now find themselves.