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The Lannion report on Big Data and Security Monitoring Research

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Georges Bossert
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Omer Rana
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Le Gruenwald
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Hervé Rannou
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Taofik Saïdi
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Elisa Bertino
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Dimitri Tombroff
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Makoto Onizuka
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Abstract

During the last decade, big data management has attracted increasing interest from both the industrial and academic communities. In parallel, Cyber Security has become mandatory due to various and more intensive threats. In June 2022, a group of researchers has met to reflect on their community's impacts on current research challenges. In particular, they have considered four dimensions: (1) dedicated systems being data processing and analytic platforms or time series management systems; (2) graphs analytics and distributed computation; (3) privacy; and (4) new hardware.
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hal-03951141 , version 1 (22-01-2023)

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Laurent d'Orazio, Juba Agoun, Georges Bossert, Omer Rana, Le Gruenwald, et al.. The Lannion report on Big Data and Security Monitoring Research. Workshop on Big Data for CyberSecurity (BigCyber-2022), Dec 2022, Osaka, Japan. ⟨hal-03951141⟩
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