By keeping their minds open to new and potentially unknown issues, O'Keeffe says, those teams are hastening "the death of the use case" - a common conceptual paradigm that has the unintended effect of limiting the scope of analytic searches.
Instead, open-ended analysis allows for the nailing down of those 'unknown unknowns'. "Wherever they find the deviation from normal, that's where those discovery teams can go and look more closely," O'Keeffe says. "If our set of highly-tuned algorithms can help them find answers to questions they didn't know about, then it will have been successful."
Source: CSO Online
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