Cisco snaps up security firm

Monday, 4 July 2005, 12:40 PM EST

Cisco last week said it has agreed to pay $30 million for a year-old start-up called NetSift, which develops deep-packet processing technology that can be used for detecting network attacks as they happen.

The privately held company was founded in June 2004 and employs 15 people.

By Peter Sayer at Network World.

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