In the same way that new security measures can help organizations better enable Big Data, utilizing Big Data can help improve and transform enterprise security practices on the whole. If we think about security in the context of Big Data, the proper utilization of data can help organizations achieve better insights and become more predictive and proactive in their security measures overall. So what are the steps to making this security transformation possible?
Derek Brink, Vice President, Research Fellow, IT Security and IT GRC, The Aberdeen Group
Derek Brink helps organizations to improve their security and compliance initiatives by researching, writing about and speaking about the people, processes and technologies that correspond most strongly with leading performance. He also hel... More View all posts
Derek Brink helps organizations to improve their security and compliance initiatives by researching, writing about and speaking about the people, processes and technologies that correspond most strongly with leading performance. He also helps solution providers to refine and communicate their value propositions and marketing messages to potential buyers by creating and leveraging high-quality, fact-based research content. In addition, he helps individuals to improve their critical thinking, leadership skills and communication skills by teaching graduate courses in information security at Brandeis University. His work combines a unique blend of analytical / technical background, excellent communication skills and extensive information security industry expertise. Derek Brink joined Aberdeen in 2007 with more than 20 years of experience in high-tech strategy development and execution, corporate / business development, product management and product marketing, including positions at RSA Security, IBM, Sun Microsystems, and Hewlett-Packard. Derek earned an MBA with honors from the Harvard Business School and a BS in Applied Mathematics with highest honors from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Less View all posts