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Cyber Security – “The Virtual Battlefield”

Cyber Security

War Drums Beat Louder For 'World War C' Article Courtesy of: Kenneth Rapoza | Forbes A report by cyber security firm FireEye says cyber warfare expanding. The U.S. leads the charge in this virtual battlefield. If the lingo of cyber security experts, zombie warfare might that be that far fetched after all. Call it “World War C”, and it playing right now at a nation near you. It is quiet, mostly invisible and oddly as safe as it is dangerous. The ‘C’ in this war zone stands for cyberspace, and industry experts have been warning about it for the last five years.  The war drums are beating louder. Once limited to cybercrime stealing credit card numbers, cyber attacks are … [Read more...]

Predictive Policing Software

Predictive Policing Investigative Database - LP Police

Police play the odds in tracking crime:  Real Time Prediction Software Aids Investigations By Larry Barszewski | Article Courtesy of:  Sun Sentinel FORT LAUDERDALE — It may not be a crystal ball, but police are testing a new system that more accurately predicts the likelihood of crime in your neighborhood. The effort, called predictive policing, relies on computer software that analyzes information police have used for years, along with other data they may have never used before. It can all be done in real time, quickly putting the information at the fingertips of police, possibly finding correlations they didn't know existed. A better name might be "probability policing," … [Read more...]

Biometrics, Iris Recognition, Video Analysis & Predictive Software – “Most Wanted Police Tech 2014″

Data Mining & Video Analysis

Embracing the Police Force of the Future By Ger Daly - Article Courtesy of: CNN STORY HIGHLIGHTS Police forces around the world are fighting crime with new data-mining tools San Diego's streetcars have video analytics that can spot suspicious behavior Major crime in Memphis fell 30% with software to predict where crimes might take place Next on the horizon for law enforcement: biometrics, including facial recognition (CNN) -- Contrary to the Hollywood image in movies like "Minority Report," technology hasn't served law enforcement particularly well over the years. Fragmented and complex operating systems have challenged police officers to manually enter information into multiple … [Read more...]

New Law Enforcement Software Tools – LP Police

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: LP Police Announces America’s Latest Investigative Software Tools that enable Law Enforcement & Government Agencies to Access Gun Permits, Licenses, Relatives, and Criminal Records Instantly.  LP Police provides investigators with instant real-time data, unlimited person/phone searches, VIP customer support/training and constant innovation. A Completely Redesigned and Easy to Use Interface Sets the Standard for Fast and Accurate Searches & Reports. (Boston, MA) – LP Police, America's #1 Person, Cell Phone Search and Link Analysis Database for Government & Law Enforcement has developed an entirely new design and online user experience with the addition of the latest data … [Read more...]

Predictive Policing Continues to Gain Wide Acceptance

Predictive Policing - Investigative Database

Algorithms prevent crime before it happens Police in the US, and increasingly in Europe, are using statistical models to predict where crime will happen next. This computer-driven law enforcement has reduced crime, but has also raised civil liberties concerns. The London Metropolitan Police Service has become the latest in a string of law enforcement agencies to adopt statistical software that aims to prevent crime by predicting where it will happen next. Called PredPol, the computer program has been used for years in the United States, where it has apparently helped reduce the rate of assault, burglaries and robberies in major metro areas. Developed at UCLA in California by … [Read more...]

Security Loopholes in OHLEG Facial Recognition Database

Investigative Database

Ohio scrambles to secure facial recognition system Spotlight is on attorney general's office to protect software from misuse Written by Chrissie Thompson | Article Courtesy of:  Mansfield New Journal Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine held a press conference in his Columbus offices Monday morning. It covered a number of topics, including the Enquirer's investigation into the use of facial recognition software and BMV license photos. Police officers say the database has revolutionized some parts of their jobs, even as civil liberties groups worry about misuse. Three examples: 1. It’s a smart search engine. Even before facial recognition software, OHLEG could help identify an unknown suspect. It … [Read more...]

Consumer Data Access

Investigative Database

If My Data Is an Open Book, Why Can’t I Read It?  Article Courtesy of:  The New York Times | By NATASHA SINGER OUR mobile carriers know our locations: where our phones travel during working hours and leisure time, where they reside overnight when we sleep. Verizon Wireless even sells demographic profiles of customer groups — including ZIP codes for where they “live, work, shop and more” — to marketers. But when I called my wireless providers, Verizon and T-Mobile, last week in search of data on my comings and goings, call-center agents told me that their companies didn't share customers’ own location logs with them without a subpoena. Consolidated Edison monitors my household’s energy … [Read more...]

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