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duplicated across multiple divisions of the organization. And very few agencies have the ability to ingest and handle the full range of both structured and unstructured data needed to track network activity, the activity of staff, what is going on outside the organization, and then do an investigation and implement all of the reforms needed to trace, and protect themselves from, individuals and organizations. MarkLogic’s OBI solution is an example of a new generation of approaches to this problem that promise to provide at least some of the answers, while eliminating much of the complexities that come with legacy solutions. A single NoSQL database, designed to provide the kind of scale and security required by enterprises, combines the search and applications services that enables it to act as a single platform for data integration and information applications. It represents the kind of flexibility that will be needed to handle the full range of insider threat information. It is document-centric, rather than data-centric as with traditional RDBMS, and stores documents both in JSON and XML, but can also store images, video, Microsoft Word, Excel PowerPoint, PDFs and other formats. That’s a far better demonstration of the data that’s handled in and across organizations than with traditional databases. It also makes sure that much more of the institutional knowledge of experts can be captured. The object-based approach is so attractive to many organizations because it allows them to capture and use information in ways that are much closer to real-life situations than the typical data- centric solution. The human brain naturally tries to connect location with people and organizations when people are faced with a new environment, and is designed to link concepts together semantically. They can be linked with whatever association comes to mind. Individual A can be described as working for organization B, for example, or simply that A might be connected to B. Similarly, geolocation and temporal concept are also embedded in the object, another natural way to capture information. Allowing to answer complex questions such as “If A no longer works for B, why A is still accessing systems owned by B?” MarkLogic’s OBI framework enables each part of an organization and community of interest to use a number of different ontologies to define the object types and attributes that allow them to make connection with, and collect information on, the activity of the objects they are most interested in. They can create multiple objects from the same data, for different communities of interest. An important part of MarkLogic’s solution is providing each community of interest with the ability to define all of the objects and their type dynamically. If each analyst is tracking an individual of interest, for example, and didn’t have a database field with which to capture the addresses, they can just decide to start capturing addresses and can modify their view of the object without affecting any other community of interest. Given that this information can be widely shared, security is a vital part of these kinds of solutions. MarkLogic’s can enable different groups, even within the same organizations, to see just a subset of the object based on their security profile. While organizations are worried about security and insider threats, these kinds of object-based solutions can also be used for other things than making sure people can’t reveal mission critical information, such as compliance. That’s also a major concern for agencies, and in some ways runs parallel with security issues, and many organizations are already using the object-based solutions to cover such things as IT portfolio risks. “The object-based approach is so attractive to many organizations because it allows them to capture and use information in ways that are much closer to real-life situations than the typical data-centric solution.” For more information, please visit: marklogic.com SPECIAL REPORT OBJECT-BASED INTELLIGENCE Sponsored Content
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