Top cybersecurity M&A deals for 2022

The hot cybersecurity mergers and acquisition market continues into 2022 as vendors look to solidify their positions and expand their offerings.

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Corvus Insurance enters UK and other markets with Tarian Underwriting acquisition

January 5: U.S.-based commercial insurance provider has purchased Tarian Underwriting. Based in London, UK, Tarian is a cyber underwriting platform with a presence in the UK, U.S., Canada, Middle East and Australia. “By bringing Tarian into the Corvus fold, we are expanding our international footprint into Europe, Africa and Australia with an experienced and proven team of underwriters,” said Corvus founder and CEO Phil Edmundson in a press release. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Google Cloud acquires SOAR vendor Siemplify

January 4: Google Cloud announced that it has purchased Siemplify and its SOAR technology. The company plans to add Siemplify’s tools into its Chronicle security suite. “We plan to invest in SOAR capabilities with Siemplify’s cloud services as our foundation and the team’s talent leading the way. Our intention is to integrate Siemplify’s capabilities into Chronicle in ways that help enterprises modernize and automate their security operations,” said Sunil Potti, vice president and general manager for Google Cloud Security, in a blog post. Terms of the deal were not released.

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