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The Business Analyst and Behavioural Analytics

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Thursday, January 28, 2021 @ 11:00
(PST Pacific Standard Time GMT-8:00)



You are being watched. You are being tracked. You are being followed. No, you haven’t fallen into a spy novel or a scene from 1984. This is behavioral analytics. Analyzing actions taken online to determine behavioral anomalies for purposes of identifying products that could be of interest to you, general trends in usage, and potential security threats. While you as a business analyst may not be dealing with behavioral analytics now, it clearly is one of the higher growth areas for both business and technology. How will behavioral analytics affect your organization and, more specifically your job in the future? This webinar describes what behavioral analytics is, how it is currently used, what is potential is, and how you can get in on the ground floor and grow with the technology.

· the analytics of behavior
· define the information that describes the behavior
· built-in challenges to behavioral analytics: privacy and intrusion
· how a business analyst fits in to the behavioral analytics world
· the future of behavioral analytics and the business analyst

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Starts 1/28/2021 @ 11:00
(PST Pacific Standard Time GMT-8:00)
Ends 1/28/2021 @ 12:00
(PST Pacific Standard Time GMT-8:00)


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