How Does Security Analytics Fit into a Rounded Big Data Strategy?

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Podcast: Why Intelligence-Driven Security is the Answer to Keeping Up with

Advanced Threats

(Amit Yoran, President, RSA)


Podcast: The Marriage of Data

Science and Security Analytics

(Alon Kaufman, Ph.D, Director of Data Science and Innovation, RSA)


Expert Panel Webcast: How Does Security Analytics Fit into a Rounded Big Data Strategy?

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In these days of everything “big data,” are you asking yourself what this means for your organization beyond collection and storage considerations? If you’re wondering how this can be a competitive advantage to address today’s evolving cyber threats, attend this expert panel webcast to find out how mixing many data sources allows new insights across business units and the broader organization.


This panel of leading industry analysts and EMC/RSA subject matter experts will discuss how security analytics fits into a rounded big data strategy for security, IT and business analytics. You’ll hear:

  • Cutting edge research from Forrester analyst, John Kindervag, about “dicing up the data” for security analysis and leveraging this to automate incident response
  • An industry consultant’s perspective on big data security analytics trends and where leading enterprises are headed for real time and forensic security concerns
  • EMC’s experts’ views on how big data, data science and intelligence-driven security are connected through technology to provide enterprises with a competitive advantage, including specific security use cases


Moderator: Brian Fitzgerald, SVP, RSA

Panelists: Alon Kaufman, Ph.D., Director of Data Science and Innovation, RSA; John Kindervag, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester; Charles King, Managing Partner, The King Group, LLC; Aidan O'Brien, Sr. Director, Big Data Solutions, EMC

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