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10 Things To Know About The $560M Palo Alto Networks-Demisto Deal

Here's a look at 10 of the biggest reasons Palo Alto Networks and Demisto came together to leverage the power of automation and deliver more immediate threat prevention and response.

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Unleashing The Power Of Automation

Palo Alto Networks and Demisto plan to team up and take on one of the biggest challenges Fortune 500 companies face today: the overwhelming amount of alerts coming into an organization's Security Operations Center (SOC).

The proposed $560 million acquisition will unleash the power of automation to respond more quickly and effectively to the most common alerts SOCs see, freeing up security analysts to focus on more complex matters. The deal will tighten Demisto's integration into the Palo Alto Networks Application Framework, and serve as the backbone for the company's future automation and integration efforts.

Palo Alto Networks Chairman and CEO Nikesh Arora and Chief Product Officer Lee Klarich spoke with Wall Street analysts Tuesday about what opportunities the deal will create for the channel, how the purchase will affect Demisto's ability to partner top competitors of Palo Alto Networks, and the company's acquisition roadmap going forward.

From potential customer overlap to how Demisto will operate within Palo Alto Networks, here's a look at 10 of the most interesting components of the Palo Alto Networks-Demisto deal.

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