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Study on Big Security Data reveals business unable to harness its power to protect against threats

White Paper Published By: McAfee
McAfee
Published:  Jul 24, 2013
Type:  White Paper

According to the report ‘Needle in a Datastack’, businesses are vulnerable to security breaches due to their inability to properly analyze or store big data. These ever-growing volumes of events, as well as asset, threat, user and other relevant data have created a big data challenge for security teams. To overcome this challenge, successful organizations have moved from traditional data management architectures to systems that are purpose-built to handle security data management in the age of APTs.



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