National and Transnational Security Implications of Big Data in the Life Sciences - Report Release December 11, 2014

The American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute released a new report on National and Transnational Security Implications of Big Data in the Life Sciences at a release event on December 11, 2014.

Short Highlight Reel

 

The program for the release event was as follows:

Program Agenda

  • WELCOME Alan Leshner, AAAS CEO 

  • Big Data: A Panacea and Security Vulnerability? Edward You, FBI

  • Panel discussion on report findings - Panelists: Susan Collar-Monarez, National Security CouncilMargaret Kosal, Georgia Institute of TechnologyMorgan Crafts, Northrup GrummanRoger Brent, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research CenterModerator: Kavita Berger, AAAS

The report, executive summary, qualitative risk assessment framework for technologies, benefit assessment framework for technologies, and three risk, benefit, and solution scenarios are available online. The news article about the report is available online. 

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