Kenna is the first significant acquisition for Cisco's security business since its $2.35 billion purchase of Duo Security in 2018.Kenna Security is a recognised leader in risk-based vulnerability prioritisation with over 14 million assets protected and over 12.7 billion managed vulnerabilities."Using data science and real-world threat intelligence, it has a proven ability to bring data in from a multi-vendor environment and provide a comprehensive view of IT vulnerability risk," said Gee Rittenhouse, senior vice president and general manager of Cisco's Security Business Group, on Friday. Cisco SecureX is a cloud-native platform that delivers a unified view of customers' environments, so they no longer must jump between multiple dashboards, manage conflicting alerts or policies."With Kenna Security as part of SecureX, we will bridge our leading threat management capabilities with its risk-based vulnerability management to dramatically enhance our platform approach for customers," Rittenhouse added.The acquisition is expected to close in Cisco's fourth quarter of fiscal year 2021. The evolution of Indian telecom industry has enabled access to higher average internet speeds at 9 MB per second on 4G networks from 1.5 MB per second in 2013. 412 million Subscribers have access to broadband connectivity (> 512kbps download). Easy availability of high speed internet has not only increased time spent on online content consumption, but also made global content available to Indian users.With telecom consumption shifting from voice in favour of data, telecom operators are gearing up to deliver the growing requirements of consumers through the new mantra of the digital economy – ‘Content’. Be it sports, news, music, or films, telecom players are fast integrating themselves to be a part of the burgeoning Indian media industry.