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Security analysts, inundated with masses of unconnected and uncorrelated data and fragmented government IT infrastructures, are calling for tools and processes that can correlate data, provide analysis and warning capabilities and improve cybersituational awareness. This paper describes how cyber-analytics gives government agencies enhanced and complementary capabilities and situational awareness about the security of their systems, networks and enterprise by monitoring activities uncovering vulnerabilities, threats and patterns integrating disparate data and predicting future threats and attacks.
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