CA buys Netegrity in web security play

Wednesday, 6 October 2004, 6:51 PM EST

In a deal that could expand its identity and access management (IAM) portfolio, Computer Associates is buying software security developer Netegrity for $430 million in cash.

In the functionality department, the Netegrity addition is seemingly a win for CA's eTrust Identity and Access Management (IAM) products, which protect enterprise networks from unauthorized entry.

By Jim Wagner at internetnews.

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