Sophos ordered to pay $15m in patent dispute

Tom Wright
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Vendor deemed to have infringed five of Finjan's patents

Sophos has been ordered to pay $15m in damages after being found to have five patents owned by cybersecurity vendor Finjan. The verdict, confirmed by both Sophos and Finjan, followed a two-week ...

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