IM Live: Security is a New Game
Enterprises need new methods for ingesting, analyzing and acting on data quickly and efficiently. To detect threats, they require tools that enable rapid-fire discovery of data as it’s streaming, throughout their organization and beyond. This IM Live webcast explores the power of micro-queries for diving into big data sets of all shapes and sizes.
Are You Ready for the Security Challenges of the IoT?
There’s been a lot of conversation about the internet of things (IoT). But when will it get here? Well, it’s here. And, with every connected device, data privacy and security concerns increase. We don’t need to wait until 2020, when various experts predict there will be tens of billions of connected devices, to start worrying. There’s plenty to worry about now -- from toys and appliances to cars and smart homes.
Most organizations are pursuing IoT data with a vengeance, while simultaneously worrying about the security risks posed by such ubiquitous connectivity. IoT data gives organizations plenty of real-time information to work with and analyze for insights that promise to improve operational processes, reduce costs, and simplify management. But it also gives bad actors exponentially more juicy targets.
Recent blogs have explored the security risks inherent in the IoT. And many have noted the prevalence of botnet attacks that have already infected millions of IoT devices -- including security cameras, routers, digital video recorders.
That’s why this IM Live webcast, A million moving targets: Why security is a whole new game, is so timely. And one you won’t want to miss.
Moderated by Eric Kavanagh, CEO of the Bloor Group, the webcast features Zoomdata’s Ian Fyfe and the Sarrel Group’s Matt Sarrel. In it you’ll learn:
- Why the old ways of protecting data are obsolete
- How new tools can detect threats as they happen via streaming data
- The ways in which micro-queries accelerate data discovery in big data
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