Is government “Big Brother,” or is industry? What are the privacy implications of the ability to mine and analyze such data?
A new International Business Machines Corp. security tool uses Big Data to help CIOs detect internal and external security threats in new ways—and can even scan email and social media to flag apparently “disgruntled” employees who might be inclined to reveal company secrets, according to Sandy Bird, chief technology officer of IBM’s security systems division.
- IBM Security Tool Can Flag ‘Disgruntled Employees’ (sonicalkaline.wordpress.com)
- The arrival of the dystopian workplace (nevillehobson.com)
- Bringing big data to bear on big security [GigaOM] (gigaom.com)
- IBM Unveils Security Tool That Catches People Who Complain On The Job (wcbsfm.cbslocal.com)