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Advances #HPE ‘s strategy for transforming workplace and operational experiences for mobile and #IoT devices #Niara User and Entity Behavioral Analytics (UEBA) solution leverages machine learning and big data analytics to better protect against next-generation attacks Seamlessly integrates with #Aruba #ClearPass network security portfolio to create the industry’s most complete visibility and attack detection solution PALO ALTO, CA–(Marketwired – Feb 1, 2017) – Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) today announced it has acquired Niara Inc., a Sunnyvale, California-based leader in the emerging User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) security market segment. Niara will operate within HPE Aruba to enhance the company’s ClearPass network security portfolio for wired and wireless network infrastructure. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. “With this transaction, we are continuing to innovate at the Intelligent Edge with software-defined solutions to better protect our customers’ business and IoT data,” said Keerti Melkote, Senior Vice President and General Manager, HPE Aruba. “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 behavior analytics software with Aruba’s ClearPass network security portfolio will deliver the industry’s most complete visibility and attack detection system.” A New Class of Security Technology: User and Entity Behavior Analytics UEBA is new class of security technology that is designed to identify next-generation security threats that have penetrated traditional firewalls and other perimeter systems. In defining the UEBA market, Gartner states, “User and Entity Behavior Analytics offers profiling and anomaly detection based on a range of analytics approaches, usually using a combination of basic analytics methods and advanced analytics… Examples of these activities include unusual access to systems and data by trusted insiders or third parties, and breaches by external attackers evading preventative security controls.”1 The Niara behavioral analytics software automates the detection of attacks and risky behaviors inside an organization and dramatically reduces the time and skill needed for security teams to investigate and respond to security events. Niara was included in a May 2016 Gartner report, “Cool Vendors in UEBA, Fraud Detection and User Authentication, 2016.”2
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