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CyberArk Is Buying Venafi For A Cool $1.54 Billion.

Your computer network is a giant party. There are servers chatting with printers, laptops gossiping with tablets, and toasters trying to hook up with refrigerators (don't ask). It's a mess, and it's getting harder to keep track of who's who.

That's where Venafi comes in. They're like the bouncers of the party, making sure only the invited devices get in and everyone has a name tag. CyberArk, on the other hand, is more like the security guards, patrolling the party and making sure no one crashes it.

So, what happens when the bouncers and the security guards decide to team up? That's what's happening here! CyberArk is buying Venafi for a cool $1.54 billion. This means they'll be able to offer a one-stop shop for all your cybersecurity needs, from keeping unwanted guests out to making sure everyone behaves themselves.

In other words, your computer network is about to get a whole lot more secure (and maybe a little less chaotic). Just don't tell the toasters and refrigerators I said that.

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