Netezza, makers of data management products, has acquired database auditing and monitoring firm Tizor Systems for $3.1 million, according to a filing with the federal Securities and Exchange Commission. The deal, completed Feb. 18, will enable Netezza users "to track, store and perform forensic analysis" to help them more readily meet compliance demands, the company said in a release. — DK
The International Criminal Court in the Netherlands has reported a cybersecurity incident after its information systems were subjected to anomalous activity last week, according to The Associated Press.
U.S. global consumer and professional products manufacturer Clorox has disclosed the possibility of product shortages and delays due to widespread operational disruption linked to a cyberattack last month, ABC News reports.