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Data Visualization: Keeping an Eye on Security
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kcogswell605
kcogswell605,
User Rank: Apprentice
3/28/2017 | 11:51:35 AM
Agree!
Hi Josh,

 Just read your article, Data Visualization: Keeping an Eye on Security.  Good job!  As a data discovery and visual analytics software company, we here at ADVIZOR Solutions are all about helping people identify the 6 – 8 key questions they want to be able to answer from their data in order to drive the data that's needed, the visual displays that are most appropriate, and the metrics that matter.  What's really cool is that, once you've got all that, the visualizations help you "see the stories" and also drive you to questions you may not have thought to ask until you see the data visually.  Security visualization is a great application for our software and we are doing a lot of work in this area.  
RMARTY000
RMARTY000,
User Rank: Strategist
4/1/2017 | 9:24:57 PM
The Community
If you are interested in security visualization, I recommend having a look through the posts on secviz.org . There is a visualization gallery and a number of really insightful posts. Hope to see more conversations over there.
RetiredUser
RetiredUser,
User Rank: Ninja
6/30/2017 | 12:29:54 PM
Re: The Community
I'm also a huge advocate of visualization (OpenNMS is a favorite platform of mine).  In addition to secviz.org I also recommend a long-running I reference regularly and send folks to:

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Network Monitoring Tools:

www(dor)slac(dot)stanford(dot)edu/xorg/nmtf/nmtf-tools.html


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