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Big Data: Eight Facts and Eight Fictions

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    Fiction #2: Security developers are easily extracting value from collected data.

    The old saying “you don’t know what you don’t know” applies to security developers. Without proper analysis tools in place, security companies aren’t able to extract valuable content from the collected data. Only with those analysis tools, algorithms and applications can developers truly garner valuable insight from collected data.

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Big Data: Eight Facts and Eight Fictions

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    Fiction #2: Security developers are easily extracting value from collected data.

    The old saying “you don’t know what you don’t know” applies to security developers. Without proper analysis tools in place, security companies aren’t able to extract valuable content from the collected data. Only with those analysis tools, algorithms and applications can developers truly garner valuable insight from collected data.

As with cloud computing, Big Data is a hot topic around the business right now. Expectations for what it can achieve often reach into the stratosphere. At the same time, the overwhelming amount of data involved is daunting and can seem like an insurmountable obstacle. So what is Big Data, where does it come from, and what can you actually do with it? ThreatTrack Security has identified eight facts and eight fictions regarding Big Data.