ZecOps has been sold to Jamf
ZecOps develops a proprietary technology that enables organizations to discover and analyze mobile cyberattacks. Used by world-leading enterprises, governments and individuals globally, ZecOps’ mobile detection and response platform provides a realistic and scalable approach to mobile threat hunting. ZecOps enables automated discovery of zero-day attacks and advanced persistent threats, delivering anti-cyber espionage capabilities within minutes. ZecOps is supported by a world-class mobile security development team in Israel.
Lincoln International’s deep domain expertise and strong strategic relationships facilitated a negotiated process focused on Jamf after the Lincoln team made the initial introduction between the businesses. With its strong execution capabilities and sector expertise, Lincoln was able to drive a successful outcome even while the buyer’s stock was declining.
Don More, Managing Director in Lincoln’s Technology, Media & Telecom Group, commented, “Mobile devices — and the data and apps residing on them — represent one of the largest cyberattack surfaces. ZecOps provides next generation, game-changing protection that leading organizations need to prevent breaches from employees’ smartphones. Jamf’s acquisition of ZecOps is the latest example of the ongoing convergence of cybersecurity with technology infrastructure management.”
Jamf (NASDAQ: JAMF) provides proprietary enterprise management solutions that enable organizations to manage and secure Apple devices to deliver seamless end-user experiences. The company’s technology platform offers end-to-end lifecycle management, device management and inventory management solutions for Apple-first environments.
The Lincoln team did an incredible job from start to finish — from introducing the buyer to managing the process to signing. Partnering with the right banker makes a huge difference, and we couldn't be happier.
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