SAS: Big data and public security: Analytics on the world stage

Data sharing helps public health, safety and security organizations effectively harness the power in big data.

April 2009 marked the start of the first flu pandemic in more than 90 years involving the H1N1 virus – a mutated version of the virus that killed hundreds of millions of people from 1918 to 1920, as much as 5 percent of the world’s population at the time.

The “swine flu” pandemic was first recognized in Veracruz, Mexico. Government agencies closed public and private facilities in

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