Thanks for OGICO invited DBTRONIX to share BIG DATA ANALYTICS with different Government departments (Our Mission is to help Gov realize value from their unstructured data)
On that day, over 50 users join the seminar and we share some government successful use cases to all participants.
The most valuable, fastest growing asset a business owns is its human-generated data—the documents, spreadsheets, videos, presentations, and emails that people create and share every day. Learn how big data analytics can help enable a sustainable data protection strategy in the face of unprecedented data growth.
What is Big Data & Unstructured Data in Hong Kong Government(Windows Files Server, SharePoint, Active Directory, Unix/Linux Server…etc)
To Which industries or use cases are these approaches most applicable
So what do we need to address these challenges and take advantage of the opportunity? We need metadata, and for human generated data we really need 4 kinds:
1st, we need to know the digital identities of every user and group in an organization.
2nd, we need to know what they're able to access, or what permissions they have.
3rd, we need to know what they're doing, or which files they're opening, creating, deleting, moving, or modifying, and
4th, we need to know what these files contain. Which ones contain regulated content, which ones contain PII, which ones contain intellectual-property, etc.
If we combine these 4 kinds of metadata, we can provide insights to both business and IT users. We can visualize who has access to what data, we can analyze their activity to see who has access to data they don't need any more, we can baseline normal activity and alert when we see unusual activity. We can trend activity to analyze data growth and identify still data. We can determine who data belongs to, and find data that is sensitive and exposed to too many people.
Lots of people can make use of this kind of intelligence -- from business executives and data owners , to IT Security, compliance, storage, and IT operations.