Let’s take a look at a brief overview of new Cybersecurity M&A Roundup from last week. In the spotlight: Thales, Thoma Bravo, Imperva, Coro, Privatize, OneNet Global, JDL Technologies, Ecessa Corporation, Graylog, Resurface.io, LeadGenius, WhoKnows, LTIMindtree, CYFIRMA.
In a significant stride to bolster its cybersecurity business, Thales has reached an agreement to acquire 100% of Imperva, a cybersecurity firm owned by Thoma Bravo, in a deal valued at $3.6 billion. This acquisition will broaden Thales’ scope in data security and facilitate its foray into the promising field of application security. Upon completion, Thales’ cybersecurity operations are expected to yield over €2.4 billion in revenue.
In a separate development, Coro, an avant-garde cybersecurity platform catering to mid-market organizations, has declared its acquisition of Privatise, an Israeli provider of network security solutions. This acquisition, which incorporates essential SASE capabilities to Coro’s multifaceted platform, forms part of a robust growth plan backed by Coro’s $155M funding over the past year. The strategy aims to strengthen Coro’s cybersecurity platform through organic growth and strategic acquisitions.
OneNet Global, a reputed provider of managed telecom, IT, network, and cybersecurity solutions, has announced its acquisition of JDL Technologies and Ecessa Corporation. With over two decades of experience, JDL Technologies is a CompTIA Trustmark-certified managed services provider and a Microsoft Gold partner, while Ecessa Corporation is known for its software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) solutions.
Further expanding its security portfolio, Graylog, a global provider of award-winning SIEM and log management solutions, has acquired Resurface.io’s data-driven API security platform. The acquisition will offer enterprise customers a comprehensive API security threat detection and incident response platform to combat emerging challenges in the API security landscape. Post-acquisition, the product will be marketed as Graylog API Security.
In another significant industry move, LeadGenius, a market leader in B2B lead generation and data enrichment services, has successfully acquired the software assets of WhoKnows. The latter company is recognized for its expertise in predictive analytics and AI-driven data insights. This amalgamation of two industry stalwarts will offer a comprehensive solution to enhance the sales and marketing efforts of LeadGenius’ global enterprise clients.
In an attempt to enhance its threat intelligence capabilities, LTIMindtree has partnered with CYFIRMA, a leader in cybersecurity analytics. The partnership, bolstered by an investment in CYFIRMA from LTIMindtree’s parent company, Larsen & Toubro, via its L&T Innovation Fund, will aid global enterprises in identifying, evaluating, and managing potential risks and threats.