October 4, 2011 – IBM continued its spree of analytics acquisitions Tuesday, this time with an announced deal to buy security information provider Q1 Labs.
In the deal for the privately held, Massachusetts-based software company, IBM will fold Q1 and other recent analytics acquisitions into its recently formed Security Systems division. That new division will be led by Q1 CEO Brendan Hannigan, and also involves IBM’s Tivoli, Rational and Information Management security software, appliances, lab offerings and services, according to an IBM news release on the deal.
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