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Analytics and Data Prove Effective Security Hybrid

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Against the backdrop of consolidation in the SIEM and SOAR sectors, infosec professionals are deploying some combination of analytics and security, according to Haiyan Song, Senior Vice President & General Manager of Security Markets for Splunk. Analytics helps organizations make better decisions and detect anomalies faster, she adds.

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