City A.M.: Google launches hacker crack down as it snaps up Israeli cybersecurity firm Siemplify for £371m

City A.M.: Google launches hacker crack down as it snaps up Israeli cybersecurity firm Siemplify for £371m. “Google, also known as Alphabet, has acquired Israeli cybersecurity startup Siemplify for an estimated $500m (£371m), as the giant gears up for the rise in cyber attacks and data breaches. Siemplify has raised $58m (£43m) over four rounds to date, with Israeli VC G20 Ventures the company’s largest shareholder.”

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