HPE buys Niara for machine-learning network security

HPE has made its third acquisition in 15 days by buying Niara, a self-styled “user and entity behaviour analytics” security software company. This means the software analyses network activity to identify potentially malicious behaviour, and already integrates with HPE’s own Aruba ClearPass networking security software and services portfolio. Keerti Melkote, senior vice president and general manager of HPE Aruba, claimed that the technology would enable HPE to continue innovating “at the intelligent edge” with “software-defined solutions to better protect our customers’ business and IoT [Internet of Things] data”. He continued: “With over 20 billion IoT devices expected to be connected to networks by 2020, security is the number one concern for our customers. Combining Niara’s next-generation behaviour analytics software with Aruba’s ClearPass network security portfolio will deliver the industry’s most complete…


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