The intelligence agency delves into some details about how it collects, stores and accesses data but leaves many key questions unanswered.
N.C. State's Institute for Advanced Analytics said 55 employers offered more than $22 million in salaries and signing bonuses to 75 job seekers from the class of 2014.
The gray area for those developing guidelines lies in the purpose behind a data collection, and the issue of subsequent, unforeseen use.
The transparent nature of geospatial intelligence brings added value in the post-Snowden era, the director of national intelligence says.
Here are five things administrators need to know to successfully manage mission-critical databases.
The NGA director said the Map of the World can "break down the barriers between collectors, analysts, customers and decision-makers."
The next-generation database will contain as many as 52 million facial images, including millions taken for non-criminal investigations.
Some scientists fear that advanced research in virology, genetics, and other areas could result in unintended discoveries with the potential for weaponization, aided by the lax cybersecurity posture of many academic and research institutions.
Too much public data still flows through for-profit intermediaries, Spencer Rascoff said.
Rather than retroactively try to reconstruct the next market anomaly, the SEC launched the Market Information Data Analytics System, which collects more than one billion records per day.
Telephone companies will retain the records, but will have to ensure a "usable format" for the National Security Agency.
A MeriTalk survey of executives in health care-related agencies and businesses found that fewer than 20 percent said their organization is prepared to work with big data.