Earlier this year, Peter Wood reviewed Big Data as a solution for Advanced Threat Protection. Six months on, he will examine how Big Data is being used for security, how this market is developing and how realistic vendor offerings are.
About the speaker:
Peter is a world-renowned security evangelist, speaking at conferences and seminars on ethical hacking and social engineering. He has appeared in documentaries for BBC television, provided commentary on security issues for TV and radio and written many articles on a variety of security topics.
RecordedSep 11 201345 mins
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