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Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) dealt for provider of user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) software provider, Niara.

Niara has a security platform that blends data sources, analytics and forensics to help discover compromised users, provide insight into malicious insiders, enable threat hunting efforts, and prioritize alerts for investigation.

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This past summer Sunnyvale, CA-based Niara launched a tool to detect existing and unknown ransomware.

HPE said Niara will operate within HPE’s Aruba unit.

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“Adding Niara to the HPE Aruba ClearPass portfolio advances HPE’s Intelligent Edge strategy for transforming workplace and operational experiences within the fast-growing wired and wireless network infrastructure market for traditional and IoT devices,” HPE said in a release.

After a security incident is discovered by Niara’s platform, a ClearPass network access policy can automatically isolate or disconnect a user or device from the network to prevent access to sensitive data, HPE said.

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