Palo Alto Networks to acquire Dig Security

Palo Alto Networks has announced a definitive agreement to acquire Dig Security, a start-up specializing in Data Security Posture Management (DSPM), with offices in Tel Aviv, Israel, and New York. Financial terms of the deal was not disclosed, but the transaction is reportedly pegged at $400 million.

Dig founders Dan Benjamin, Ido Azran, and Gad Akuka will continue leading their teams in joining the Prisma Cloud team at Palo Alto Networks after closing. Dig Security’s DSPM solution will be integrated into Palo Alto Networks’ Prisma Cloud platform.

Dig’s DSPM solution enables organizations to discover, classify, monitor, and protect sensitive data across all cloud data stores.

You can find the Palo Alto Networks blog post on the acquisition here.

[Image courtesy: Dig Security]

Just in

Apple deletes WhatsApp, Threads from China app store on orders from Beijing — CNN

Apple has removed WhatsApp and Threads from its app store in China, following an order from the country’s internet watchdog, writes Juliana Liu.

Singtel, Vonage partner to integrate Paragon platform

Singtel has announced a partnership with Vonage, a cloud communications company and subsidiary of Ericsson, to help enterprises and telcos innovate and scale their services through Singtel's orchestration platform, Paragon. 

Tech giants urge EU to prioritize digital competitiveness and infrastructure investment

Five major technology companies - Ericsson, IBM, Intel, Nokia, and Vodafone - called on European policymakers to take urgent action to boost Europe's digital competitiveness and keep it a priority for the incoming European Commission.