Let’s take a look at a brief overview of new Cybersecurity M&A Roundup from last week. In the spotlight: Netcraft, FraudWatch, Tenable Holdings, Ermetic, SafeBase, Stacksi, Netskope, Kadiska, Salesforce, Google, Deloitte.
Netcraft has revealed its acquisition of FraudWatch, an Australian forerunner in online brand safeguarding. This collaboration, which dives deep into phishing, social media, brand violations, and counterfeit mobile applications, symbolizes both entities’ unwavering commitment to fortify global cybersecurity solutions.
Tenable Holdings has penned a landmark agreement to integrate Ermetic into its fold. By weaving Ermetic’s capabilities into the Tenable One Exposure Management Platform, the firm seeks to fortify risk visibility, fine-tune prioritization, and streamline remediation both within physical locations and the cloud realm.
In an effort to streamline B2B interactions, SafeBase has unveiled its acquisition of Stacksi, the trailblazing AI-driven platform for automating security questionnaires. This consolidation embodies both firms’ shared mission to abolish the painstaking process of tackling security questionnaires in the B2B sphere.
Shortly after spotlighting its enhanced Digital Experience Management (DEM) tools, Netskope has announced its strategic acquisition of Kadiska. With this, Netskope solidifies its prowess in overseeing and adeptly addressing performance, guaranteeing unmatched digital experience throughout the SASE architecture, spanning SD-WAN to SSE, as well as over the vast cloud and application domain.
Salesforce and Google are pushing the boundaries of their existing collaboration by integrating Salesforce and Google Workspace, leveraging AI to supercharge productivity. This synergy promises groundbreaking two-way integrations, facilitating seamless interactions between Salesforce and multiple facets of Google Workspace, including but not limited to Calendar, Docs, Meet, and Gmail. The goal? To catalyze AI-powered experiences spanning both platforms.
Netskope has announced the expansion of its tactical alliance with Deloitte. The partnership has been cemented with the inclusion of Netskope into Deloitte’s Managed Extended Detection and Response (MXDR) platform. This latest offering is poised to bolster advanced cloud threat defense mechanisms, augmenting the fight against malware and ransomware and refining intelligence tools for instantaneous zero-day threat detection and response.