To understand the power of big data, we must understand its roots in computing. Among the world's greatest computing scholars—and one of the few people who can explain it best—is Dr. Ling Liu, full professor in the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Liu directs the research programs at the Distributed Data Intensive Systems Lab, which examines the performance, security, privacy and data management issues in large scale distributed systems, cloud data centers and big data technology. Dr. Liu's work revolves around big data. Her research is primarily sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the U.S. Department of Energy, IBM, and Intel—all big players in the big data space. In this installment of the IEEE Big Data podcast, Dr. Liu shares her opinions on big data and security. And the computing industry must answer the call to help fortify what has become the life-blood of just about every industry around the globe: information.
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