1 New Acquisition Per Year Planned for Qognify (Former Nice Security)

By: Brian Karas, Published on Aug 23, 2016

Want to be acquired?

Qognify, the former Nice Security Group, has big money behind it and the plans for multiple acquisitions.

In this note, we examine Qognify and their investor's background, what companies might make sense as targets and how this will impact Qognify.

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