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Ensuring your M&A delivers on its promise

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity was muted at beginning of 2023, remaining consistent with the environment in the second half of 2022. But towards the tail end of 2023 activity started to pick up and looking ahead to 2024 deal-making is likely to accelerate. Volatility and uncertainty may have put a brake on activity in the short term, but smart investors will always see opportunities as valuations become more attractive.


Snyk welcomes Reviewpad: Code, commit, celebrate!

Snyk was founded with the mission of building security products that developers actually want to use. It's how we began and it's that North Star that still drives us today. For security to work at the speed and scale of the modern security development lifecycle (SDLC), developers need tools that integrate seamlessly into the flows they use every day, providing intuitive, actionable feedback along the way.


The hidden business risks of technical debt in mergers and acquisitions

In the fast-paced world of technology business, mergers and acquisitions (M&As) have become commonplace. Companies often seek growth, innovation, and market expansion through these strategic moves. However, amidst the excitement of potential synergies and increased market share, there is a lurking danger that can significantly impact the success of an M&A deal: technical debt.

Arctic Wolf

Arctic Wolf + Revelstoke: SOARing to New Heights Together

Security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) has an opportunity to be a game changer in how we tackle cyber risk, but there is a significant disconnect between the promises made by existing SOAR platforms and how organizations are able to realize their real-world operational and cost-saving efficiencies. All those automations that promise to eliminate late hours working on mundane stuff. All the orchestrations that promise to get things done faster.


From diligence to integration: How software audits inform post-close M&A strategies

Software due diligence is an all-important aspect of any merger and acquisition (M&A) transaction, and in the tech M&A world, a target’s software assets are a significant part of the valuation. This due diligence process should identify a target company’s open source license obligations, application security and code quality risks, and the organization, processes, and practices that compose the software development life cycle.


CrowdStrike to Acquire Bionic to Extend Cloud Security Leadership with Industry's Most Complete Code-to-Runtime Cybersecurity Platform

I’m excited to share that today at Fal.Con, CrowdStrike announced it has agreed to acquire Bionic, a pioneer of application security posture management (ASPM). This will give our customers the most seamless and comprehensive view of cloud risk — from code development through runtime — in a single, unified platform.

Bionic's Next Chapter - We're Being Acquired by CrowdStrike!

When Bionic was founded in 2019, our mission was to help enterprises get control of their application chaos. At the time, this was seen as unorthodox because other vendors focused on securing infrastructure, not apps. Most companies we spoke to claimed to have CNAPP but had no idea what was happening inside their code. We needed to convince them they could not secure what they couldn’t see.

CrowdStrike and Bionic Integrate to Offer Security from Code to Runtime

Today, we’re pleased to announce that we’re being acquired by cybersecurity leader CrowdStrike to amplify and extend their cloud security capabilities to the application layer. Together, CrowdStrike and Bionic will help customers manage security and business risk that comes with two of the greatest challenges in technology: ephemeral, cloud-native services and highly dynamic, rapidly changing applications in production.