Fenwick represented SentinelOne (NYSE: S), an autonomous cybersecurity platform company, in its definitive agreement to acquire Attivo Networks, an identity security and lateral movement protection company, in a cash and stock transaction valued at $616.5 million.

With the acquisition of Attivo Networks, SentinelOne extends its AI-powered prevention, detection and response capabilities to identity-based threats, setting the standard for XDR and accelerating enterprise zero trust adoption. More information can be obtained from SentinelOne’s announcement.

The Fenwick transaction team included corporate partners Kris Withrow, Ryan Slunaker and Ran Ben-Tzur and associates Zachary Portnoy, Henry Pruitt, Rachel Holland, Brendan Montgomery, Luke Finn and Claire Chung; technology transactions partner Jonathan Millard, counsel Christopher Joslyn and associates Russell Wong, Adine Mitrani, Emily Bullis, Heba Tawadross, Barbara Wong and Aaron Dunn; executive compensation and employee benefits partner Marshall Mort, counsel Jane Piehler and associates Jonathan Stephenson and Cynthia Yuan; privacy and cybersecurity partner Jim Koenig, director Brent Hoard and manager Sarah Borchers; regulatory partners Mark Ostrau and Tom Ensign and associates Elizabeth Suarez and Kaylynn Noethlich; trade and national security partner Melissa Duffy and associate Sofia Chalat; trademark associate Allyson Madrid; patent associate SJ Hahn; and tax partner Will Skinner and associate Alexis Maguina.

Login

Don’t have an account yet?

Register