1 The IJIS Institute Emerging Technologies Committee Presents: Matthew D Alessandro Scott Edson Iveta Topalova Realize the Power of Information
2 Non-profit consortium representing leading companies that supply IT solutions and services to the justice, public safety and homeland security sectors Funded by industry contributions and grants from federal agencies Provide training, technology assistance and program management services to state, local, tribal and federal organizations to help them realize the power of information
3 The IJIS Institute unites the private and public sectors to improve critical information sharing for those who provide public safety and administer justice in our communities.
4 is at the heart of everything we can do to reduce crime, prevent terrorism, and improve the quality of public safety in America
5 is the most prolific enabler of secure information sharing across all levels of organizational, jurisdictional and geographic boundaries
6 promote economical and accelerated deployment of technology standards
7 The biggest driver for interoperability in mission fulfillment being able to responsibly share information with adequate safeguards. Kshemendra Paul, PM-ISE
8 Big Data in Simple Terms How Big Data Changes Law Enforcement Taking Advantage of Big Data Enabling Big Data through the CJIS Cloud Policy, Procedures and Governance Execution Q&A
10 Big data is a collection of data from traditional and digital sources inside and outside your organization that represents a source for ongoing proactive, reactive and forensic analysis.
11 Data sets whose size and characteristics are beyond the ability of commonly used software tools to capture, store, manage, process and analyze effectively using traditional approaches
12 All the printed material in the world = less than 20 petabytes
13 A full 90% of all the data in the world has been generated over the last two years.
14 Volume -- amount of data at rest Variety data in many different forms Velocity -- speed of data in motion Variability -- inconsistencies over time Veracity inconsistency in quality leading to uncertainty Volume Veracity Variety Variability Velocity COMPLEXITY
15 Volume Velocity Information Overload Variety Variability
16 Acquire Assess Advanced Analytics Act Account
20 Real Time Crime Centers/Intel Centers Intelligence Led Policing Predictive Policing Information Sharing Safe Smart City Initiatives Video Management and Analytics The Internet of Things Body Worn Cameras Mobility
21 Crime has no borders You need to know what is happening even across the line Tools to avoid information overload
27 IT professionals estimate that they have less than half of the storage, computing, and personnel resources necessary to leverage big data for efficiency gains, better decision making.* Source: The Big Data Gap study sponsored by NetApp and performed by MeriTalk
28 Cloud computing is more than just the latest in a series of attempts to pare down government spending it s a gateway to unprecedented innovation in a sector known more for bureaucratic inertia. Rick Holgate, president of the American Council for Technology (ACT) The experience over the past five years has proven some tangible benefits: - Hybrid cloud enables balance between cost and risk reduction - Cloud enables agility and scalability - Value added services such as Machine Learning and Media Services are key to innovation Source: Forbes 'Government as a Platform': How Cloud Computing Is Progressing Inside The Beltway
29 A Community Cloud based on NIST Definition: The cloud infrastructure is provisioned for exclusive use by a specific community of consumers from organizations that have shared concerns (e.g., mission, security requirements, policy, and compliance considerations). Compliance with the CJIS security policy and other national standards.
30 Support for national standards for protecting criminal justice information Data center location and resilience Collaboration with state CSO s in the area of compliance with national standards? Fully isolated network and hardware instance Employees in data center subject to the FBI background check Auditability to demonstrate full compliance with the CJIS Security Policy
31 Common Big Data Definition for Law Enforcement Adoption of a Common Governance Model Clear and Compelling Business Case Development of Common Standards Address Privacy and Security Concerns Identification of Implementation Models
32 New and emerging technologies increasingly play a crucial role in the daily work of police, equipping officers with enforcement and investigative tools that have the potential of making them safer, better informed, and more effective and efficient. Developing and enforcing comprehensive agency policies regarding deployment and use is a critical step in realizing the value that technologies promise, and is essential in assuring the public that their privacy and civil liberties are recognized and protected.
34 SEARCH, in partnership with BJA, developed the first Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) tool to assist agencies when developing or reviewing their privacy and civil liberties policies.
35 License Plate Readers CAD 911 calls, dispatch Vehicle Locators Big Data Officers Need Real Time Officer Vitals hearth beat, blood pressure, etc. Offenders on Parole (ankle bracelets) Cameras, video surveillance Shots fired Social media, citizens as sensors
36 As the world continues to become more and more social competitive advantage will come to those who understand what s happening better than their peers and can directly connect it to their business outcomes and other useful pursuits. * *Source: How social media and big data will unleash what we know by Dion Hinchcliffe
37 Terrorism has gone viral* US officials, lawmakers warn of growing jihad-inspired attacks facilitated through the use of social media. * *Source: *Source: Terrorism has gone viral, FoxNews, Published May 10 th 2015
38 Now there are tools which enable effective use of big data You have to get there because the public will demand it
39 Define your agency s business case Identify and prioritize data Based on Return on Investment Create a roadmap with knowledge gained from data as a foundation
40 Realize the Power of Information