[SecurityWeek] F5 to Acquire Threat Stack for $68 Million in Cash

Cloud application and security solutions provider F5 this week announced that it has agreed to acquire threat detection firm Threat Stack for $68 million in cash. 

Threat Stack provides a platform that monitors cloud, hybrid cloud, multi-cloud, and containerized environments, and can automatically correlate events to identify suspicious activity.

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