Big Data Security Analytics “Plumbing”
According to 2012 ESG research, 44% of enterprise organizations (i.e., those with more than 1,000 employees) considered their security data collection and analysis a “big data” application while another 44% believed that their security data collection and analysis would become a big data application within the following two years. Furthermore, 86% of enterprises collected substantially more or somewhat more security data than they had two years earlier. (Source: ESG Research Report, The Emerging Intersection Between Big Data and Security Analytics, November 2012.)
The ongoing trend is pretty clear – large organizations are collecting, processing, and retaining more and more data for analysis using an assortment of tools and services from vendors like IBM, Lancope, LogRhythm, Raytheon, RSA Security, and Splunk to make the data “actionable” for risk management and incident prevention/detection/response.
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