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4/2/2018
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Qualys Buys 1Mobility Software Assets

Qualys has purchased the software assets of 1Mobility for an undisclosed sum.

Qualys, a cloud-based security provider, has acquired the software assets of 1Mobility, the Singapore-based company focusing on mobile device management (MDM) data-loss prevention, and compliance enforcement.

1Mobility marks the third acquisition by Qualys in the last year. In 2017, Qualys acquired NetWatcher and Nevis Networks. Taken in total, the three companies add management and mobile capabilities to Qualys' traditional cloud offerings.

In particular, the addition of 1Mobility features will allow compliance enforcement and assurance across cloud and mobile infrastructures. In addition, the BYOD capabilities of the 1Mobility system will allow Qualys to support management and compliance across a wide variety of devices and the enterprise cloud to which they connect.

The full integration of 1Mobility capabilities into the Qualys Cloud Platform and its Cloud Apps should be complete in 2019.

For more, read here.

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