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Big Data Fuels Intelligence-Driven Security

Rapid growth in security information helps defend against the unknown.

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This RSA Security Brief explains the promise Big Data holds for the security industry and outlines how organizations can build their own intelligence-driven security program.

The Brief also predicts that Big Data analytics will likely have market-changing impact on most product categories in the information security sector by 2015, including SIEM, network monitoring, user authentication and authorization, identity management, fraud detection, governance, risk and compliance systems.

Organizations should consider the following steps when beginning their Big Data-driven transformation:

  1. Set a holistic cyber-security strategy
  2. Establish a shared data architecture for security information
  3. Migrate from point products to a unified security architecture
  4. Look for open and scalable Big Data security tools
  5. Strengthen the SOC's data science skills
  6. Leverage external threat intelligence

Shifting to an intelligence-driven security model that is more risk-aware, contextual and agile can help organizations defend against unknown threats.

Read the full RSA Security Brief

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