Tech-Security Conference San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
Thursday, December 3, 2015

The Data Connectors Tech-Security Conference features discussions around current tech-security issues such as cloud security, email and social media security, VoIP, LAN security, wireless security, and USB drive security.


The Big Data Approach to Network Security

Nitin Bandugula View Bio

With all the activity going on in your network devices, it can be extremely hard to filter out the bad from the good. How can you quickly and effectively distinguish a network intrusion attempt from an expected and authorized event? A great approach for getting in front of those attacks involves the use of big data technologies for predictive analytics. By analyzing all your network event data with Apache Hadoop and Apache Spark, you can build models that identify “normal” behavior as well as anomalous behavior. The anomalies signal potential security threats, and using Hadoop/Spark gives you the high performance and scalable platform to more accurately alert you to take action.


Nitin Bandugula

Nitin Bandugula, Sr. Product Manager at MapR is responsible for strategy and go-to-market for MapR Worldwide Services covering Professional Services, Education and Support Services. Nitin leverages his experience in Engineering, Management Consulting and Marketing to bring new big data services and solutions to the Hadoop market. Nitin has a master's degree in Computer Science and holds an MBA from the Johnson School at Cornell University.