Could Big Data Fix Government’s Cyber Problem?

From: Nextgov

By Frank Konkel

According to a new study, the U.S. government’s IT leadership believes hackers permeate infected networks for an average of 16 days before detection.

For a sophisticated intruder, 16 days is an eternity to sniff around and ferret out data, manipulate log files and generally wreak silent havoc. The study, released today by Virginia-based public-private partnership MeriTalk, found a majority of 302 federal, local and state cybersecurity professionals believe their organizations are “overwhelmed” by the volume of security data.

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