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End the Stigma of Mental Health Help for Law Enforcement

Actions to prevent law enforcement suicides, specifically, is long overdue. As first responders, they experience different types of trauma daily. This type of trauma alone should be a warning sign to executives that mandating programs to encourage mental health checks, support groups, and other curricula should be a part of the department.

CCPA is Here | Are You Compliant?

It would be in the best interest of your business to get on board. July 1, 2020, is the day that the California AG and all of California's residents will have an opportunity to hold your company to account. Severe financial penalties will now follow failure to comply. There can be lawsuits, state, and consumer fines. For a company handling large amounts of consumer data, a single breach can cost them $2500 per consumer.

How Banks Improve Efficiency with Redaction Software

According to the Information Commissioner's Office, businesses including banks have a responsibility to comply with the law, including the use of redaction techniques to protect third-party privacy and facilitate the fulfillment of legitimate SARs and FOIA requests.

How AI Perceives the World?

As human beings, we often don’t give much thought to how we obtain information. After all, we’ve been doing it, adjusting, and soaking it in since birth. We use our five senses to explore our world and our surroundings to make judgments and decisions to classify pieces of information. So, how does Artificial Intelligence (AI) perform these very same tasks?

In Memory of Sergeant Dale Multer

Sergeant Dale Multer was one of the most dedicated, loyal, and compassionate law enforcement officers. He was devoted to helping anybody in their time of need but particularly passionate about doing what he could to protect victims of family violence. Sgt. Multer was an exemplary employee and has left a legacy that will not be forgotten.

AI Development Pushed by Pandemics | Privacy Issues

Artificial intelligence, combined with machine learning, is the transformative technology of today and the future. Most people's concern with AI, outside of privacy, is the idea that advanced technology will take over jobs but there is currently a wave of ethical problems with AI applications, which will continue into the future.

In Memory of Correctional Officer Richard Bianchi

Our sincerest condolences are extended to Correctional Officer Richard Bianchi family, friends, and loved ones. Correctional Officer Richard Bianchi was a consummate professional and an excellent member of the HDSP team. He and his family will be in our thoughts, and we thank him for his selfless service.

In Memory of Master Detention Deputy Lynn Jones

When Master Detention Deputy Lynn Jones did his rounds, he was almost like a counselor, like a social worker. He would talk to them about their choices, about why they are there, and how not to come back.

1984 Mass Surveillance is Here

In many countries, residents are aware of some degree of surveillance or security. Still, they may not be cognizant of the extent to which the degree of personal tracking is taking place. They may be unaware at times that the plane flying overhead is a spy plane equipped with data sensing equipment scooping up all the information from their cell phones as they record them from above with highly sensitive and detailed video systems.

Machine Learning Sets the Pace on Data Privacy

One of the significant areas in which machine learning, AI, and even deep learning applications can benefit businesses today is in taking control of their data. Data security and maintaining privacy compliance, along with protecting customer information, can make or break a company, even large enterprises.