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May 13, 2024
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Key Points:

  • Aptum partners with XCV Partners to offer cloud services.
  • AttackIQ collaborates with Cyber Poverty Line Institute to provide cyber training.

In the week of May 10, endpoint security and network monitoring news featured significant partnerships and acquisitions in the cybersecurity industry. Aptum signed an agreement with XCV Partners to expand its cloud services offerings, while AttackIQ partnered with the Cyber Poverty Line Institute to provide cyber training to underserved communities. Additionally, CrowdStrike and NinjaOne announced a strategic partnership, Semperis and Trellix joined forces, Versa Networks won prestigious awards, and Akamai Technologies revealed its acquisition of Noname Security. These developments highlight the importance of collaboration and innovation in the constantly evolving cybersecurity landscape.

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