Network Analysis is a subset of unsupervised Analytics ie. Data Mining Process / Machine Learning. It is an analysis of network. It is the practice of using different types of network data to identify trends and patterns. Then, that information is used to make better decisions—troubleshooting decisions, threat remediation decisions, business planning decisions, etc. This lecture would explain concept of network analytics, Problems Network Analytics Can Help Solve, Who Benefits the Most? The session will also take a closer look at what network analytics entails, some use cases, and what types of organization can derive the most value from it.

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