There will be opportunities galore for big data security analytics in 2014, according to a blog on ESG-Global last week. According to author Jon Oltsik, expect there to be continuing problems with incident detection and response, for which existing analytics tools are no match. Also, Moore Law and open source will drive the need for massive horsepower for data crunching. Finally, he says there will be "tons of activity" on the supply side. The results will be a greater need for user education; for organizations to realize that security analytics is a solution and not a product; and that security analysts will need to be sold on a new type of analytics tool.
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