We are seeing more and more cloud-based big data solutions for security, business analysis, application performance management, and many other things we see the results of every day, from when we search on Google, Bing, etc., to the email we get from various marketing campaigns. We know that governments and many others are using big data, whether in a cloud form or on-premise form, to correlate various forms of data to determine who we are, where we going, what we are doing, how we are doing something, and sometimes why we are doing anything. So with all this data out there in the hands of ‘others’, how can privacy be achieved for the individual? We touched on this within the Internet of Things: Expectation of Privacy article, and within this we spoke about the handling of personal and identifiable information (PII).
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On the May 30th Virtualization Security Podcast, Michael Webster (@vcdxnz001) joined us Live from HP Discover to discuss what we found at the show and other similar tools around the industry. The big data security news was a loosely coupled product named HAVEn which is derived from several products: Hadoop, Autonomy, Vertica, Enterprise Security, and any number of Apps. HAVEn’s main goal is to provide a platform on top of which HP and others can produce big data applications using Autonomy for unstructured data, Vertica for structured data, Enterprise Security for data governance and hadoop. HP has already built several security tools upon HAVEn, and I expect more. Even so, HAVEn is not the only tools to provide this functionality, but it may be the only one to include data governance in from the beginning.