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10 Hot Cybersecurity Companies To Watch In 2020

Many of the industry's fastest-growing vendors will have their hands full in 2020 integrating major acquisitions, completing their first year as a publicly-traded company, or rolling out new partner programs and technical capabilities.

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Palo Alto Networks

The world’s largest pure-play cybersecurity vendor spent nearly $1.25 billion in 2019 on five strategic acquisitions to make sure it remains that way. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based platform security giant kicked off its acquisition spree with the $560 million buy of Demisto to better leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning to automate large parts of customers' security operations.

Then came the $410 million purchase of rising container security star Twistlock and $47 million buy of early-stage serverless security startup PureSec to help firms secure modern applications throughout their entire lifecycle. After that, Palo Alto Networks became the only vendor capable of delivering IoT security as an integrated service through the firewall following its $75 million buy of Zingbox.

And finally, Palo Alto Networks spent $150 million to buy cloud-based microsegmentation provider Aporeto that leverages machine learning to move away from the legacy approach of IP addressing. The company also launched the Prisma business unit in 2019 to give customers what they need to consistently govern access, protect data, and secure applications in the cloud.

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