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3 ways to protect yourself from hackers; 3-D surveillance for cops

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In this month's eNews, the CIA showed its stamp of approval for the new technology by moving its IT to "the cloud," and we offer three tactics to help protect yourself from hackers. Forget everything you saw in the movies!

And lastly, a new
technology might give police 3-D surveillance in large events by stitching together multiple streams of footage from something as simple as multiple cell phone cameras.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Tech Edge
CIA moves IT to the cloud
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
In what may be the ultimate confirmation of perceived reliability, the Central Intelligence Agency recently announced they would be moving their data and much of their operating software into "the cloud." What this means
Practical Tech
3 ways to protect yourself from hackers
By John Rivera, PoliceOne Columnist
Many police agencies, private businesses, and even our own Federal Government have experienced some kind of hacker intrusion in the past few years. Hollywood myths
Tech in the News
Video: Crowd-sourced video could give police 3-D surveillance
Imagine if you could stitch together all the video footage from the Boston attack to form a single immersive narrative. CoSync has the ability to link video and audio from a multitude of cell phone cameras to create "bullet time."

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