Microsoft confirms deal to buy Israeli cyber security company Hexadite

Sooraj Shah
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Hexadite to be absorbed by Microsoft following confirmation of $100m acquisition deal
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Hexadite to be absorbed by Microsoft following confirmation of $100m acquisition deal

Microsoft deal for Hexadite believed to be around $100m

Microsoft has confirmed that it has agreed a deal to acquire cyber security company Hexadite for $100m, a move by Microsoft that was first outed just over two weeks ago by Israeli financial news website...

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