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Cyberthreats from around the world won't go away. In fact, they only will continue to become more complex and more persistent, and traditional IT security tools won't give you the protection your organization needs. However, you can get proactive and minimize the dangers with help from big data analytics. Analytics tools not only can help you identify threats in real time -- enhancing your ability to counter them before damage is done -- but can assist in identifying the technical and human vulnerabilities on your corporate network. Cybersecurity expert Ray Boisvert, who is president and CEO of I-Sec Integrated Strategies (ISECIS), joins All Analytics Radio on Wednesday, May 27, at 2 pm (EDT), to discuss the ongoing cybersecurity threats and how big data analytics can help you tighter your organization's security infrastructure. In this show you will learn: More about how sophisticated persistent cyberthreats have become, and where they come from How analytics can help you identify what "normal" should look like on your network, so you can better spot abnormal behavior How you can use analytics tools to get a better look at what really is on your network, including who has access to which applications What analytics mean in allow real-time response to threats. Be sure to join All Analytics Radio and Ray Boisvert on May 27.
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