RESEARCH REPORT

Live Streaming: Powering Continuous Monitoring Through Big Data

The White House has mandated continuous monitoring since 2010, but funding shortages have slowed implementation at many agencies. Now that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has agreed to cover the costs, all federal civilian agencies are implementing surveillance programs. Big data, especially when leveraged through data mirroring, has the potential to greatly improve cybersecurity efforts.

The Government Business Council (GBC), the research arm of Government Executive, deployed a study in February 2013 to analyze  the attitudes, perceptions and opinions of big data in the federal government and its ability to enable continuous monitoring.

Download the full GBC research report to learn:

  • How federal agencies use big data most
  • Which technical challenges pose the greatest barriers to big data efforts
  • What data mirroring is and how it can help your agency improve its cybersecurity posture

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