Teradata, Novetta Partner to Build Cyber Analytics Tool; John Burke Comments

CyberAttack (1) EbizTeradata has teamed up with Novetta Solutions to build an analytics-based information technology architecture meant to help organizations counter attacks on their cyber infrastructure.

The partnership’s joint integrated cybersecurity offering will comprise of a Novetta network behavior analysis tool and a Terradata big data analytics platform, Teradata said Monday.

John Burke, Teradata vice president of industry marketing and solutions for financial services, insurance, health and government, said the integration seeks to strengthen enterprise security profiles and remediate threats in a short period of time.

Novetta’s technology is designed to help users detect malicious activity, insider threats or network infections.

The alliance also aims for commercial and government customers to accelerate cyber-kill-chain defenses by using the unified product.

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