Symantec today announced two purchases because security software helps to confirm mobile and enterprise security.
First of all, Symantec has demonstrated that San Francisco's cyber security startup, Appthority, specializes in detecting corporate privacy. The company offers a range of services, including automated programs among other threat smartphones, additional risk assessment and continuous software analysis.
Founded in 2011, Appthority is $ 25 million to the north. Financing, including $ 17 million in 2016 B raised the series. Now, Symantec Endpoint Protection Mobile (SEP Mobile) is part of Symantec Symantec Endpoint Protection Mobile Buying Skycure last year by launching mobile cyber security.
"Mobile applications are the key vector for each company to safeguard the company's security," said Adi Sharabani, Symantec's modern OS security officer. "Appthority technology extends SEP Mobile's capabilities to limit malicious activities, compliance with regulatory requirements and vulnerability assessment."
Elsewhere, Symantec also owns more than $ 5 million in the US, founded in 2014. Has announced that it has purchased an Israeli company, Javelin Networks based in Austin and Palo Alto.
In short, Javelin Networks focuses on protecting corporations from Microsoft Active Directory (AD) attack. He has developed Microsoft as a directory service for Windows Domain Networks and comes as part of Windows Server operating systems – it is inclined to attack. That's why Symantec integrates Javelin Networks into the endpoint security business because it promises "the backbone to use" and does not allow the attacks to break through.
"Active identity for cloud generation is an important part of the user's interoperability with the organization's applications and services," said Javed Hasan, Symantec VP Endpoint & Datacenter Products. They are also an important informational repository that regularly uses pests. Adding Javelin Networks to our industry-leading security haven will give Symantec customers an exceptional advantage in one of the most vulnerable and critical IT infrastructure. «
Symantec may be known for Norton security software for its customers, but the company offers many security products and services for the enterprise. One way to counter the deficit of global cyber security workers is to buy companies and their employees, making it easier for Symantec to release new features and tools. Symantec has made tens of purchases in its 40-year history, but these two deals were first purchased in 2018.
Transaction terms are not disclosed.