RSA adds Big Data analytics to security service suite
In just under a month, security folks are coming to San Francisco for the annual RSA show, and if Wednesday's announcement from the company is to go by, one of the major themes at conference will be Big Data.
At a press conference at its Massachusetts headquarters, RSA unveiled its Security Analytics appliance that's designed to plug into large corporate networks and churn through huge chunks of data looking for security problems. RSA has also included real-time malware detection, threat monitoring, and heuristic analysis, so consultants can get an accurate read on any threats as they happen.
"It's all about mixing full monitoring capabilities with compliance and reporting in a fully scalable architecture," Paul Stamp, director of product marketing at RSA told The Register. "It's the first appliance on the market to do these kind of log analytics and data reconstruction."
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