Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised Siemplify on its sale to Google.
Siemplify will join Google Cloud's security team to help companies better manage their threat response. Siemplify allows Security Operation Center (SOC) analysts to manage their operations from end to end, respond to cyber threats with speed and precision, and get smarter with every analyst interaction. The technology also helps improve SOC performance by reducing caseloads, raising analyst productivity and creating better visibility across workflows.
The White & Case team that advised on the transaction was led by partner Tali Sealman and included partners Neeta Sahadev and Laura McDaniels (Employment, Compensation & Benefits), and associates Gabrielle Hodgson and Joshua Butler (M&A) in Silicon Valley; partners Sang Ji and Mitchell Li (Tax), partner Arlene Arin Hahn and associate Anthony Johnson (Intellectual Property) and partner Martin Toto (Antitrust) in New York; partner F. Paul Pittman and associate Mark Williams (Cybersecurity), associate Gabriela Baca (Antitrust), senior policy counsel Earl Comstock and associate Jason Burgoyne (Trade) in Washington, DC; associate Patrick Huston (Employment, Compensation & Benefits) in Boston; and partner Nicholas Greenacre and associates Francesca MacSwiney (Employment, Compensation & Benefits), Joao Lacerda (Antitrust) and Kal Leung (M&A) in London.
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