Palo Alto Networks wields LightCyber in $105m acquisition

Tom Wright
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Behavioural analytics vendor to be integrated into Palo Alto's security platform

Palo Alto Networks has acquired behavioural analytics vendor LightCyber for $105m (£85m). LightCyber uses machine learning to build knowledge of how users and devices operate on a network, which...

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