Defining Big Data Security Analytics

At the end of 2012, ESG conducted a research project looking at big data security analytics from the demand-side. It turns out that market demand is already apparent -- 44% of enterprise organizations consider their security analytics “big data” today, while another 44% believe that their security analytics requirements will be regarded as “big data” within the next two years.

Okay, enterprise organizations need big data security analytics solutions today; but just what is a “big data security analytics” solution anyway? ESG just published a market landscape report to answer this very question by looking at the supply side to gauge existing solutions and future directions for big data security analytics.

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The Intersection of Security Intelligence and Big Data Analytics

It's official, the security industry has jumped on the "big data" bandwagon with both feet. How do I know? Well, I'm participating in a panel discussion on this topic at RSA and I believe there are 2 other sessions on the topic. I guess anyone headed to San Francisco later this month should be prepared to get a big dose of big data.

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