Met Office deploys NoSQL intelligent-learning security system to monitor network traffic

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Self-learning systems and a dedicated team of engineers help keep the Met Office secure

The Met Office is moving to a big-data-driven security model that will see it handle security threats by using a NoSQL-based system that automatically monitors network traffic for abnormal activity...

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