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  I can't help but draw a parallel between KASEYA and SOLARWINDS. Both companies offer I would say "hyper-integrated" solutions, the "all in one", management and security, easy to use and both put forward the IT security not only of their solution but especially of the whole IT system of the users.   And both seem to either be adept at "do as I say, not as I do" unless they are deceiving users about the quality and effectiveness of their solutions. On closer inspection, both offer full visibility that should allow for immediate reaction and data protection. It is clear that both companies were unable to detect the early stages of the attacks, despite the vaunted performance of their security solutions. The fault of these two companies is that they wanted to "hyper-integrate" everything, the IT protection solution with the IT management solution. Data management and IT security cannot be integrated in one product. Of course, when