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  • Branched Execution, The Evolution of a Kill Chain
    Branched Execution, The Evolution of a Kill Chain
    Chris Berry, Director of Cybersecurity Analytics, System Soft Technologies Recorded: Nov 13 2018 34 mins
    In modern information security, we have come to understand that just as many organizations are being exploited through external threat vectors as internal. The relative ease in which an attack can be "customized" or at least "optimized" for a specific target is ever increasing.

    What we would like to explore is the ability of an existing Security analytics team to use existing logs, in conjunction with a "Big Data" back end to detect threats that may be evolving.

    Looking at existing/known attack techniques and using logs and near-time analysis we will look for how and where a known TTP chain may deviate to circumvent a Kill Chain/Alert or other active counter measures.

    Chris has more than 25 years working in the Security industry. Most Recently, Chris was in charge of product management for Cylance and charged with machine learning in their product development. Chris's experience has been derived from working within Healthcare, Financial Services, Government and a variety of compliance oriented industries.
  • The New Basics of BI Lesson 6: Data Security
    The New Basics of BI Lesson 6: Data Security
    Mary Margaret Flynn, Dan Rice Recorded: Mar 21 2018 21 mins
    Exploring big data, live data, and unstructured text fields is exciting to a business analyst, but can generate significant anxiety for the data protection officer. Learn how to open up data to those who need it and protect what needs protecting.
  • The New Basics of BI Lesson 5: Embedded Analytics
    The New Basics of BI Lesson 5: Embedded Analytics
    Mary Margaret Flynn, Mukul Kalia Recorded: Mar 21 2018 33 mins
    Learn how everything we offer is available for your organization to embed, customize, extend, and white label as your own. We know it's Zoomdata under the covers. But your customers don't need to know.
  • The New Basics of BI Lesson 4: Search Data
    The New Basics of BI Lesson 4: Search Data
    Mary Margaret Flynn Recorded: Mar 21 2018 33 mins
    You're in for a treat when you first learn about Search Data. Think of it as a mashup of Google and your traditional BI tool. You could use this technology to learn more from customer surveys, performance reviews, or anything else that has an open text field.
  • Trends in the Modern Data and Analytics Market and Industry Forecasts for 2018
    Trends in the Modern Data and Analytics Market and Industry Forecasts for 2018
    CTO, Ruhollah Farchtchi & Jake Flomenberg Partner at Accel Partners Recorded: Feb 22 2018 61 mins
    Silicon valley venture capitalist Jake Flomenberg gets to see, track and make investments in the evolution of big picture technology trends across areas such as big data analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence, and emerging modern data platforms and data types that are enabling organizations to be data and analytics-driven. Data driven companies make more effective information backed decisions and tend to significantly outcompete their peers operating on guesses and gut feel. Some companies are now even selling ‘data products’, for example aircraft engine manufacturers tracking and analyzing huge volumes of engine performance data to enable predictive maintenance, fixing things before failure to avoid costs and negative impact on customers.

    Jake will discuss trends he’s seeing related to the data analytics market, such as the growing need for self-service data discovery on very large volumes of data, analytics on streams of data, analytics on unstructured data, and contextual analytics embedded inside of software vendor and enterprise applications. He’ll discuss the characteristics of these markets, where he sees these markets going in the future, and why his firm chose to invest in a company like Zoomdata.

    Zoomdata CTO Ruhollah Farchtchi will then discuss industry trends he has forecast for 2018 including the eclipsing of relational databases by modern data platforms for doing analytics, how the cloud has changed the game for application development, and how working with streaming data is becoming the new normal. He’ll also discuss trends that are more specifically relevant to Zoomdata such as how to leverage the value of company’s investments in modern elastically scalable back-end data infrastructure and how to get corresponding value on the front-end, such as the ability to analyze and get insights from huge volumes of data, streaming data, and unstructured data types.
  • The New Basics of BI Lesson 3: Multi Source Analysis
    The New Basics of BI Lesson 3: Multi Source Analysis
    Mary Margaret Flynn, Mukul Kalia Recorded: Feb 21 2018 33 mins
    Your organization invests in many data technologies. With multi-source analysis, you don't just use them, you leverage them for a complete picture of your full business.
  • The New Basics of BI Lesson 2: Real Time Data Visualization
    The New Basics of BI Lesson 2: Real Time Data Visualization
    Mary Margaret Flynn, Yusuf Abediyeh Recorded: Feb 21 2018 27 mins
    Understanding live data that streams at you constantly is extremely difficult and can be enormously expensive if you don't know how to do it. We'll show you how we do it, and show off our Data DVR so you never miss a byte.
  • The Rise of Embedded Analytics, How To Do It Right
    The Rise of Embedded Analytics, How To Do It Right
    Anurag Tandon, VP, Product Management Recorded: Feb 21 2018 50 mins
    Today's most successful companies are data-driven, making informed decisions instead of guesses. Traditionally data-driven insights have been delivered in the form of standalone business intelligence applications, but in the past few years we’ve seen a big shift towards delivering contextual analytics embedded directly into other software applications and business workflows. For software vendors this means meeting high end-user expectations by infusing compelling data visualizations and analytics into every application you create and sell. Modern data visualization and analytics applications, therefore, need to be designed from the ground-up to be quick and easy to embed for a web and mobile-first world. They also must capable of handling today's rapidly evolving modern data platforms so that your analytics technology does not lock you into using yesterday's
    data stores.

    If you're a CTO, product manager, or software engineering leader, you may be curious about whether to build or buy an integrated analytics solution, how to evaluate the available offerings for embedded analytics, and how to most efficiently embed data visualization and analytics into your application. In this webcast, we will cover the following topics:

    ● Assessing the current state of your application's integrated analytics
    ● Approaching the build vs. buy decision
    ● Styles of embedding, from light to deep
    ● Considerations for deployment flexibility
    ● Security integration considerations
    ● Avoiding data platform lock-in
  • The New Basics of BI Lesson 1: Big Data Exploration
    The New Basics of BI Lesson 1: Big Data Exploration
    Mary Margaret Flynn, Mukul Kalia Recorded: Feb 8 2018 28 mins
    Start with the 1-2-3's of Big Data:

    Using modern data platforms
    Making sense of massive volumes of data
    End-user adoption
  • Four Dominant Hadoop Distributions
    Four Dominant Hadoop Distributions
    Howard Dresner, President, Dresner Advisory Services Recorded: Sep 13 2017 2 mins
    Watch this video for information about the importance of big data distributions.

    There are four dominant Hadoop distributions: Cloudera, Hortonworks, Amazon, and MapR. All four are gaining increased interest as the level of big data adoption grows. The market leader right now is Cloudera although high tech prefers Amazon as do smaller organizations -- up to 1,000 employees.


    Content and Images Source: Dresner Advisory Services Big Data Analytics Market Study; Copyright 2017 -- Dresner Advisory Services

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