Potential Acquirers of SecureWorks
According to Reuters, Dell explores sale of SecureWorks. SecureWorks provides intelligence-driven security solutions for organizations to prevent, detect, rapidly respond and predict cyberattacks. We used FMeasure’s artificial intelligence technology to quickly generate a list of dozens of potential buyers. In addition to some usual suspects, such as Symantec, Palo Alto Networks, Check Point Software Technology and Thoma Bravo, it also includes big names such as Microsoft, Cisco, and Oracle. An interesting name worth notice is General Dynamics which is an unconventional buyer for software assets. Here is the full list of potential acquirers.
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