SecureLink to expand healthcare cybersecurity tech
IT security company Imprivata picked up critical access management firm SecureLink to expand its cybersecurity solutions for healthcare. The deal, first announced Feb. 23, values the combined health care technology company at approximately $3.5 billion, Axios' Sarah Pringle reports. Software investment firm Thoma Bravo acquired Imprivata in 2016 in a deal valued at approximately $544 million. Thoma Bravo was looking to sell the healthcare security vendor two years ago but the sales process was postponed due to concerns about the COVID-19 virus creating market uncertainty, according to a PE Hub report.