AN IMPERATIVE ANALYSIS OF SECURITY ISSUES AND CHALLENGES WITH BIG DATA IN SMB

Reena Singh, Reena Singh

Abstract


The current research study entitled “An Imperative Analysis of Security Issues and Challenges with Big Data in SMB’s” . Innovation of new technology and its adoption contributes not only increasing the business values but as well facilities the business growth and agility to an organization. The development of the current big data is still faced with many problems especially security and privacy protection. Currently many organizations realize the big data security issues and actively take actions on big data information security problems. Information security is critical important for Internet enterprises. System security adopts techniques such as redundancy, network separation, access control, authentication and encryption. Security issues are caused by openness, boundless, freedom of the networks, the key to solve such issues are making network free from them and turning network into controllable, manageable inner system. In current research paper respondents opinion were statistically analyzed with One Way ANOVA with the help of SPSS Software and the obtained P value was highly significant therefore the results concluded that null hypothesis H0: There is no significant relationship between Big data Security, risks and Benefits among SMB’s in India is rejected and alternate hypothesis which states that H1: There is a significant relationship between Big data Security, risks and Benefits among SMB’s in India is accepted and proved. This paper summarizes the characteristics of big data information security, and focuses on conclusion of security problems under the big data field and the inspirations to the development of information security technology. Finally, this paper outlooks the future and trend of big data information security.

Keywords


Big Data, Data Security, Data Privacy, SMB’s, Technology, India

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v8i9.4917

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