The United States Department of Defense actively employs Honeycomb treemaps to reveal patterns and outliers in countless volumes of data. One example is the US Marine Corps:
International Governance and Security
Honeycomb treemaps are deployed in several international oversight, peacekeeping, and security initiatives around the globe, providing information security and assurance, and enabling rapid threat source discovery and risk mitigation of IT assets around the globe.
Honeycomb treemaps expose patterns and outliers in data, providing predictive intelligence and insight to malicious activity. One major government agency utilizes Honeycomb to expose law enforcement problems against 65 million transaction events, including isolation and detection of “underground economy” activity.
Honeycomb treemaps help law enforcement and emergency response professionals within the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) prepare for and coordinate responses to large-scale emergencies. One DHS department depends on Honeycomb to provide a single view of deployed assets, and to monitor its facilities.
As universities adopt more rigorous management methods, Honeycomb treemaps help higher education institutions apply business management principles while delivering on their academic and research charters: In fact, one such customer, estimated by the Associated Press to have the largest enrollment in the United States, has turned to The Hive Group to better monitor operations and analyze effectiveness of their policies.