Following talks earlier this month, Palo Alto Networks has announced its intention to acquire SOAR company Demisto for $560 million.
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BlackBerry acquires Cylance for $1.4bn IoT security boost
BlackBerry has announced its intention to acquire cybersecurity firm Cylance. It’s the latest in a string of big-name (and big-budget) cybersecurity acquisitions, and one of an increasing number where it’s clear AI expertise is a driving factor. We take a look at what it means for the market.
Darktrace announces $50M Series E round
Enterprise security company Darktrace has raised $50 million in Series E funding, it announced today.
Rising AI stars to watch: Babylon Health – The one watching out for us. And over us…
Their bedside manner may leave something to be desired, but their diagnostic skills are pretty robust. That’s what Babylon Health revealed this June when their AI systems undertook a “representative sample-set” of questions from the final GP assessment – and beat the diagnostic capabilities of their human counterparts.
Not such a jolly holiday. What Butlins teaches us about the death of security awareness
It was hi-di-hijack for Butlins recently, when it was revealed that up to 34,000 guests at its resorts may have had their personal information stolen by hackers.
Hazy announces total of $2.8M seed funding
Data anonymisation platform Hazy (formerly Anon AI) has raised an additional $1.8 million, bringing its total seed funding to $2.8 million.
Awake Security appoints former Cylance CTO as new CEO
Awake Security has appointed former Cylance CTO Rahul Kashyap as its new CEO.
Accenture invests in, forms alliance with data intelligence company Ripjar
Accenture has invested in and formed a strategic alliance with data intelligence company Ripjar, with the aim of assisting Accenture Security to tackle global security challenges.
Giant Oak receives $10M growth equity for AI search tech
Giant Oak, which applies AI, machine learning and big data analytics to government and industry security, has announced a $10 million growth equity investment from Edison Partners.
Rising AI stars to watch. Waymo: The one driving change
“When it comes to driverless cars, there’s Waymo, then there’s everybody else” claimed Ars Technica recently.