EMC Dell Deal Creates An Opportunity For Another Deal In The Cybersecurity Market

LIOR RONEN | April 26, 2016

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The EMC Dell deal - the biggest tech deal ever, was agreed on and publicized this week.In the background, Dell cybersecurity arm is preparing to go public.EMC data analytics arm will become smaller and more marginal after the merger.A small merger between these two subsidiaries could unlock additional shareholder value.In the background of the massive Dell and EMC merger, which first made the news earlier this month, there is a rising threat for cybersecurity companies in the form of a smaller merger of EMC’s Pivotal and Dell’s SecureWorks. Pivotal is a joint venture of EMC (NYSE:EMC) and Vmware (NYSE:VMW) offering different cloud services that include an open cloud platform and big data analytics that create a secure online environment with immediate access for data analytics. SecureWorks is a fully owned Dell subsidiary providing pure cyber security services from firewall management and combating advanced persistant threats to log monitoring and PCI scanning.

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