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Mark Testoni: Graph Technology Could Support Analytics for National Security Efforts

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Mark Testoni

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Oct. 11, 2016 — Mark Testoni, president and CEO of SAP National Security Services (NYSE: SAP), has noted that the “graph technology” analytics tool works to support efforts to manage digital information, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

CNN reported Thursday graph technology is designed to identify connections between data, develop algorithms based on those connections and discern inconsistencies compared to previous patterns.

“We think in the next few years, tech will be able to help in a much greater way [with national security], ” noted Testoni, who is also an inductee into Executive Mosaic‘s Wash100 for 2016.

He added that graph technology could be used to evaluate social media data and geospatial information from satellite, drones and aircraft as a predictive analytics tool against cyber attacks.

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