SAS: Big data offers big protection from cybercriminals

Retailers have learned to keep their lights on during off-hours to reduce occurrences of criminal behavior. Yet enterprises continue to let cybercriminals go wild in the dark. By not integrating silos of data, linking investigations and incorporating real-time analytics into operational decision-making capabilities, organizations fail to elevate analysis beyond simple detection of passive attacks. They cite constraints of organizational privacy policies, line-of-business structures and

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