Barracuda Networks to acquire MSP cybersecurity firm SKOUT

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Security vendor says the move will allow it to enter 'the fast-growing XDR market'

Barracuda Networks has announced its intention to acquire cybersecurity firm SKOUT. The Thoma Bravo-owned security vendor has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire SKOUT Cybersecurity, ...

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