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BeyondTrust and eEye Acquisition Announcement Now On Demand

Posted May 16, 2012    Sarah Lieber

There’s been a good amount of buzz surrounding our announcement that BeyondTrust acquired eEye Digital Security. We’re very excited about it and the opportunity the combined company has to provide an unmatched protection strategy for both the internal and external threats that target today’s enterprise.

A couple of days ago, executives from both BeyondTrust and eEye hosted a webinar to discuss the acquisition, talk about each company and their respective products, and then delve into the vision for the company going forward. They openly talked about key benefits and joint value propositions, in addition to fielding questions from partners and customers alike.

Just in case you missed this session, we’ve posted it below. We invite you to view it and learn more about this important acquisition. It can also be viewed on the eEye Digital Security blog, as well.

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