Splunk Enterprise Named Best Big Data Analytics Solution
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Government Security News 2013 Homeland Security Awards Recognize Critical Impact of Machine Data on Security Posture for Public Sector Organizations
Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK), provider of the leading software platform for real-time operational intelligence, today announced that Splunk® Enterprise has been named the Best Big Data Analytics Solution in the GSN: Government Security News 2013 Homeland Security Awards.
“Splunk is honored to be recognized by GSN as the leading big data analytics solution, and we share the honor with all those who use Splunk software in mission-critical Homeland Security projects,” said Bill Cull, vice president of public sector, Splunk. “Modern security is far from simple because all data is relevant to security investigations. As a big data security intelligence platform, Splunk software enables customers to collect, search, visualize and analyze massive streams of machine data so that they can identify and act on threats in real time.”
“The director of the FBI recently noted that cybersecurity is one of the largest and most dangerous threats public sector organizations will face in the near term,” said Chuck Brooks, vice president and client executive for Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Xerox. “It is great to see that entries for the GSN awards, like Splunk Enterprise and the Splunk App for Enterprise Security, are at the cutting edge of cybersecurity solutions across the threat spectrum.”
The award winners were selected by a panel of judges that included Brooks; Scott Greiper, president of Secure Strategy Group; Paul Goldenberg, CEO of Cardinal Point Strategies and member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC); and Matt Johnson, cybersecurity expert and veteran of the Department of Defense Intelligence Community.
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