From: Federal Times
Some might say that Splunk is undergoing an identity crisis – a security company to some, big data to others. CEO Godrey Sullivan explains why labels don’t matter.
Some might say that Splunk is undergoing an identity crisis.
The company is widely regarded as a security company, particularly among federal customers. And there’s a strong case to be made for that, when you consider that one customer in the Pentagon managed to fence off a Trojan horse before it infiltrated systems, thanks to a discovery of the malware — the same malware that took down the network of the rest of the office for a couple weeks