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Spotlight: Cisco to buy UK security consultancy Portcullis

Cisco has agreed to acquire U.K. security consulting firm Portcullis Computer Security for an undisclosed consideration.

Spotlight: BlackBerry completes AtHoc acquisition

BlackBerry on Wednesday said that it had completed the acquisition of AtHoc, a secure networked crisis communications company, for an undisclosed consideration.

BlackBerry agrees to acquire EMM competitor Good for $425M in cash

Despite financial troubles that are forcing it to cut jobs, BlackBerry has enough cash in hand to acquire Good Technology for $425 million.

India's Sonata to pay $5M for US enterprise mobility firm Halosys

Indian-based IT consulting and software services firm Sonata Software is acquiring U.S. enterprise mobility firm Halosys for $5 million, VC Circle reported, citing a stock market disclosure.

Spotlight: Level 3 acquires DDoS mitigation firm Black Lotus

Telecom service provider Level 3 Communications has acquired Black Lotus, a provider of distributed denial of service mitigation services, for an undisclosed consideration.

Spotlight: DigiCert buys Verizon Enterprise SSL business

Certificate authority DigiCert announced Tuesday that it acquired Verizon Enterprise SSL business for an undisclosed consideration.

Spotlight: Dish looks to raise $10B-$15B from banks in bid for T-Mobile

Satellite TV provider Dish Networks is talking to banks about borrowing between $10 and $15 billion to buy wireless carrier T-Mobile, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Spotlight: Antivirus firm F-Secure buys nSense as part of enterprise push

Antivirus software provider F-Secure has acquired security consulting and vulnerability assessment firm nSense for an undisclosed consideration.

Spotlight: IoT mergers and acquisitions smash records, says 451 Research

Mergers and acquisitions in the Internet of Things market are shattering records, according to 451 Research.

Antivirus vendor AVG buys VPN service provider Privax for up to $60M

Reflecting the growing concern among companies about mobile security, antivirus software provider AVG has purchased Privax, a provider of virtual private network services for mobile devices and desktops, for up to $60 million.