Websense relaunch a 'huge opportunity' for partners

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Stonesoft and Sidewinder acquisitions announced and newly created group renamed Forcepoint

Websense has ditched its name following its acquisition by Raytheon, with Forcepoint the new moniker for a group that now includes firewall companies Stonesoft and Sidewinder after two acquisitions...

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