A Fresh Look at Security Analytics

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Most enterprises are at least discussing security analytics. But how are they actually deploying these tools? And with what levels of automation and orchestration? Drew Gidwani of ThreatConnect shares insight on how to maximize analytics.

How are security analytics commonly deployed today? “It really depends on the pattern you’re looking for and what you’re trying to predict,” says Gidwani, director of analytics at ThreatConnect. “It’s interesting to slice and dice it based on the size of the data you’re looking at, or the computational nature of the problem at hand.” Gidwani looks at data in three categories: “regular” data, big data and “too-big-for-you” data.

This whitepaper looks at: 

  • How security analytics is commonly used today
  • The potential of automation
  • How orchestration impacts efficiency and scale.

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