Dell Ventures, Citi Ventures and Capital One Ventures are all set to exit endpoint security software provider after Blackberry agreed an acquisition.

Enterprise software supplier Blackberry confirmed today that it has agreed to acquire US-based cybersecurity technology provider Cylance, allowing corporates Dell, Citi and Capital One to exit. The deal will consist of $1.4bn in cash and the assumption of unvested employee incentive awards. Blackberry’s interest in the acquisition was first reported by Business Insider, and the…

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