Palo Alto splurges more than $500m on cybersecurity outfit

Marian McHugh
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Palo Alto splurges more than $500m on cybersecurity outfit

Security vendor adds orchestration and automation to portfolio with acquisition of Demisto

Palo Alto has splashed out $560m (£429m) on Israeli security start-up Demisto to boost its orchestration and automation portfolio. Demisto was founded in 2015 and specialises in security orchestration,...

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