An effective platform for change has been created as a result of developments in data analytics and improved connectivity. Data production by connections, objects, and people is accelerating right now. According to DOMO, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are produced every single day, or 90% of all the data in existence today. The numbers will increase as more Internet of Things (IoT) devices are made, new social media platforms are established, and more people resort to search engines for information.

What then should we do with all of this data? Big data analysis can be used to find trends, connections, and patterns. The Four Vs listed below are commonly used to define big data, which is the growth engine for data analytics.
1. Volume: enormous and passively produced
2. Variety: coming from a variety of sources along the data value chain, including both people and machines.
3. Operating typically in real time is velocity.
4. Referring to the degree of uncertainty brought on by bias, noise, or abnormalities in data is Veracity.

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Log data can be enormous data in a network of a reasonable size, but how can you get intelligence or value from it? That has more to do with the capacity for analysis and the capacity for insightful questioning.

According to a proverb, what matters is what you do with what you have. For better security monitoring, threat identification, and incident response, our XDR Platform and Managed SIEM  mines actionable intelligence from big data. You receive results, not just technology, unlike other solutions!