Cybersecurity mergers and acquisitions activity continued at a high rate in May with 35 deals involving companies from 12 countries including the USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Croatia, Israel, India and New Zealand.

  • Belcan has acquired VICTOR42, a provider of technology, intelligence and cybersecurity solutions for government and private sector organizations. Read here
  • Splunk announced plans to acquire security software company TruSTAR, a threat intelligence exchange platform built to protect and incentivize information sharing. Read here
  • NCC Group plc has signed an agreement for the proposed acquisition of the Intellectual Property Management (IPM) business of Iron Mountain Inc., a business dedicated to protecting and managing information and assets. Read here
  • Accenture has announced its intent to acquire Linkbynet, a leading French cloud services provider specializing in cloud optimization and managed services, cloud transformation and cloud security. Read here
  • CWSI has acquired AVR International, a provider of technical consulting and support for a range of leading security and enterprise mobility solutions. Read here
  • Tenable has completed the acquisition of Alsid, a provider of proactive and intelligent cybersecurity solutions, for $98 million. Read here
  • Databarracks has acquired 4sl, a provider of managed data recovery and backup services for companies in regulated sectors. Read here
  • Forcepoint has acquired Cyberinc, a provider of remote browser isolation technology designed to reduce risks and attack surface. Read here
  • Kordia has acquired Base2, a provider of managed IT, network, and cybersecurity solutions. Base2 will operate as an independent business unit of Kordia. Read here
  • SGS, the Swiss testing and certification company, has acquired Brightsight, a Dutch cybersecurity evaluation laboratory network. Read here


Source: Cyber Security Intelligence