-- Learn more about the advantages of Big Data and how to assess risks associated with various solutions, during Frost & Sullivan's live webinar
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, April 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Thursday, April 30, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. EDT
Online, complimentary registration available at: http://bit.ly/1JKw5kQ
Stratecast VP of Research Michael Suby, Consumer Communications Services Research Manager Mike Jude, and Big Data & Analytics Industry Analyst Sandy Borthick
A multitude of data breaches affecting credit card providers, retailers and healthcare providers, suggest that such breaches will continue and grow as a major risk to all organizations and their IT, security, and compliance departments. At the same time, Big Data solutions are gradually becoming more prevalent, connecting many new sources of data and thus potentially increasing both the vulnerability and the magnitude of a data breach. Stratecast survey data suggests that one of IT managers' primary concerns with Big Data is security, yet the advantages of Big Data in enabling revenue creation make it very attractive to businesses.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- Whether Big Data necessarily increases the risk of a security breach
- How to assess the risks associated with different types of Big Data solutions
- How to avoid data breaches in a Big Data environment
C-level executives and upper management in most organizations are currently challenged by conflicting objectives: they need to generate revenue and keep costs under control while, at the same time, ensuring that critical company and customer data is protected and that data protection and privacy regulations are met. Like all major ICT investments, Big Data deployments can exacerbate this dynamic. This panel discussion will provide timely information that will help decision makers assess the risks associated with implementing Big Data solutions in the enterprise space.
"Big Data has the potential to radically improve a business' ability to identify new sources of revenue and reduce costs," said Michael Suby, Stratecast VP of Research at Frost & Sullivan. "However, Big Data, by connecting many disparate sources of information, has the potential to greatly enlarge the reach of any data compromising activities. Implementing Big Data solutions with an eye to the ultimate security of those solutions is critical to propel a business forward."
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