The number of attacks on organization’s’ IT infrastructure is growing exponentially. As of June 30th, there have been over 400 data breaches in 2015, and at an average cost of $3.79 million, according to research from the Ponemon Institute, that’s a lot of damages. In particular, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to identify unknown threats. This problem requires the ability to store more data and better tools to analyze the data. In this presentation, you’ll learn how big data is enabling new security analytics solutions to do just that.
About the presenters:
David Monahan, Research Director, Risk & Security Management, EMA David has over 15 years of IT security experience and has organized and managed both physical and information security programs, including Security and Network Operations (SOCs and NOCs) for organizations ranging from Fortune 100 companies to local government and small public and private companies.
Sameer Nori, Senior Product Marketing Manager, MapR Technologies Sameer has over ten years of experience in the technology industry in marketing, pre-sales, and consulting, with domain experience in business intelligence, analytics, and big data.
Nick Amato, Director, Technical Marketing, MapR Technologies Nick works with the MapR ecosystem and technology partners to identify new opportunities where the MapR platform can bring value to customers. His areas of focus include third-party integrations with BI tools, benchmarking, architecture, and enabling scalable data platforms.
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