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Managing Digital Security: Knowledge, Small Adjustments Key to Avoiding Breach

November 29th, 2017|Comments Off on Managing Digital Security: Knowledge, Small Adjustments Key to Avoiding Breach

As technology needs grow in public safety, so too do the risks of ineffective cyber-security. While these risks cannot be entirely eliminated, it is possible to effectively mitigate them by utilizing best practices from the private sector, developing effective policies, and using vendor contracts as an opportunity to delegate responsibilities.

Technology and the Fourth Amendment: Reconciling Law with the Digital Era

November 15th, 2017|Comments Off on Technology and the Fourth Amendment: Reconciling Law with the Digital Era

Technology and the tenets of American law do not always seamlessly intermesh. As several former and upcoming court cases show, the intersection between the two leads to inconsistent judicial interpretations and opinions. Getting the forces in lockstep will require patience, practice, and precedent. Considering that several emerging technologies currently operate in a gray area of Fourth Amendment jurisprudence, the need to align the two is growing.

An Automated Future: How Police, Other First Responders Might Adapt to Automation

November 1st, 2017|Comments Off on An Automated Future: How Police, Other First Responders Might Adapt to Automation

For first responders, automation has the unparalleled potential to bring about systemic changes in their daily routines. While the gravity and timing of these changes remains uncertain, their arrival is inevitable.



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