IT security firm Sophos rises after $100 million Invincea deal

LONDON (Reuters) – British IT security company Sophos has agreed to buy malware protection company Invincea for $100 million to bolster its product line and give it a stronger presence in the U.S. government, healthcare and financial services sector. Shares in Sophos rose 5.5 percent to a four-month high of 287 pence, topping the mid-cap index , after the deal was announced on Wednesday. …

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