Tenable is set to purchase the cloud-native security software provider, which has raised $20m from investors including Intel Capital.
Cybersecurity technology provider Tenable has agreed to acquire Accurics, a US-based cloud security software developer backed by chipmaker Intel, for roughly $160m. Founded in 2019, Accurics has built an infrastructure-as-code (IaC) tool that helps organisations detect and solve risks associated with cloud-native platforms. The company had last disclosed funding in October 2020, having received $20m…
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