There are three goals of data ethics: protect civil liberties, minimize risks to individuals and society, and maximize the public good.
Posts Tagged: privacy
As government collects more data on individuals, it becomes more important than ever to guarantee its privacy.
Marshaling all their data can help agencies provide stronger and more complete services. Here’s what you need to bring your data to bear.
Government agencies have a responsibility to protect our personally identifiable information, but that’s easier said than done. Strong data management and cultural mindsets are important, and there’s a role for automation as well.
The move to remote work increases agency exposure to adversarial risk. Agencies need to mitigate cybercrime as more of their employees work remotely.
As agencies grapple with how to manage the change of cloud environments, they should look for solutions that can shoulder their workloads.
Drones are an accepted (though with reservations or downright hatred by some individuals) part of our lives. But did you know you do not have the right to fly them wherever or whenever you please?
The eventual introduction of GDPR-like privacy requirements in the United States will be a monumental task across government and industry. Begin preparing now by developing an enterprise data strategy for your organization.
We sat down with experts from HHS and FedRAMP to discuss how the cloud security program has evolved, government’s privacy concerns and security challenges.
Governments have used computing technology since the 1950s, but data has changed. Agencies face new challenges in using data, requiring updated strategies. A recent IBM white paper covers these challenges and provides a path forward to data-driven government.