Interoperability

Big Data 2013: Kyung-Won Chong

Topic: The Intersection of the Cloud & Big Data Wide scale adoption of Cloud Computing coupled with the ability to aggregate and analyze huge amounts of previously unavailable data (Big Data) can lower costs and improve decision-making in many critical development sectors, such as health care, education, employment, economic productivity, public safety, and natural disaster and

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Big Data 2013: Jiro Kokuyro

Topic: The Intersection of the Cloud & Big Data

Wide scale adoption of Cloud Computing coupled with the ability to aggregate and analyze huge amounts of previously unavailable data (Big Data) can lower costs and improve decision-making in many critical development sectors, such as health care, education, employment, economic productivity, public safety, and natural disaster and resource management.

However, there are legitimate concerns about the Cloud and Big Data, most notably in the privacy and security areas, that worry businesses and consumers and may further aggravate for Asian governments long-standing challenges, including inadequate technological infrastructure and economic and human resource bottlenecks.

Speaker

Professor Jiro Kokuryo serves as the director of the Keio Incubation Center. He focuses on developing business and social models that maximize the benefits of information technologies to society, and studying the effective use of open systems.

Professor Kokuryo also heads the Design Platform Laboratory within the Keio Research Institute.

Big Data 2013: Question & Answer I

Topic: The Intersection of the Cloud & Big Data Wide scale adoption of Cloud Computing coupled with the ability to aggregate and analyze huge amounts of previously unavailable data (Big Data) can lower costs and improve decision-making in many critical development sectors, such as health care, education, employment, economic productivity, public safety, and natural disaster and

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2013 NISC Japan Cyber Security Strategy

This is the fourth in a series of reports released by the National Security Information Center (NISC).   While earlier reports focused on the user concerns or the economic impact of the cyber threat, the emphasis in the new document is squarely on the national security implications of the threat.  The report also takes up for the first time the “Internet of Things,” indicating a keen awareness that Japan’s highly advanced ICT infrastructure and the sensor networks it depends on may be more vulnerable to cyber disruption than in any other country.

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