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FCW : July 30, 2016
THE PATH TO PEAK DATA USAGE federal officials report being OVERWHELMED by security data EMC’s Isilon is designed for EFFICIENTLY MANAGING ACCESS to the high-capacity datasets AGENCY OFFICIALS: THE ARRIVAL OF DATA-DRIVEN IT say big data can improve cybersecurity Flash-based analytic tools calculate when customers need more storage or processing capacity. federal agencies actively using big data for security analytics Agencies capable of integrating these tools and data streams are moving their security paradigms from the forensic to the predictive It’s better to stop threats from happening than to pick up the pieces afterwards 3 4 Updating Operational Intelligence. Too often agencies are managing the per- formance and security of their systems based on the limited set of data targeted by system and network monitoring tools. Here’s how agencies can translate that data into true operational intelligence that can transform the performance and security of the enterprise. of integrating these tools SPONSORED CONTENT federal officials by security data 74% Source: MeriTalk and Forrester Research. Working with Isilon, EMC’s ExtremIO is a FLASH-BASED TOOL for storing data and supporting data-intensive, high powered input/output often called for in REAL-TIME DATA ANALYTICS 53% can monitor data in real time 61% say data analysis would improve security breach detection FEDERAL AGENCY OFFICIALS: 37% ONLY CHALLENGES?
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