Cisco, Capital One and Citi exited the cybersecurity testing platform in a $250m deal that came in the wake of $33m in venture funding.

Cybersecurity technology developer FireEye acquired US-based cybersecurity validation software developer Verodin yesterday in a $250m deal that allowed corporates Cisco, Capital One and Citi to exit. Founded in 2014, Verodin provides software that allows users to identify gaps and risks in their security controls by testing and assessing the effectiveness of endpoint, network, cloud and…

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