Q&A: Why Non-Security Vendors Think They Can Win The Security Platform Push
Talk about your investments in security companies; why are you investing and partnering rather than building security capabilities?
Testoni: What is driving [our investments in cybersecurity] is we think we are trying to become one of the key players in the management of the data underneath cyber solutions … It seems like all problems these days are just digitized big data problems. It's not from a lack of the data, it's a question of how quickly we can analyze it. That's why we focus, among other places, on this space with our investments. We can't build out all these capabilities ourselves -- nor do we want to – but we want to enable others to take their good ideas and make them faster and better and potentially be an integrated data platform on the backend for a lot of this stuff.