WatchGuard powers AI security offering with CyGlass buyout

The vendor hopes CyGlass will help deliver AI- and ML-based detection

Andrea Gaini
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WatchGuard powers AI security offering with CyGlass buyout

WatchGuard Technologies has acquired CyGlass Technology Services, a cloud and network-centric threat detection and response solutions provider. CyGlass's cloud-native platform utilises AI and ML...

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