The deal is expected to bring Tiberium's "unique collaboration model" to the Open Systems automated threat detection offering.
AI is increasingly used to pick up cyber flaws so they can be rectified. But, in Tiberium's case, the use of AI also streamlines the user experience.
For example, Tiberium uses the Microsoft Teams software stack in tandem with OpenAI (the Microsoft-backed R&D house responsible for GPT-3).
These integrations allow Tiberium customers to quickly access on-chip security functions. Open Systems also has Microsoft ecosystem compatibility, opening up potential synergies.
Prior to the acquisition, Tiberium largely dealt with financial and legal sector clients.
Drew Perry, CEO of Tiberium, said: "We are excited to join forces with Open Systems who shares our vision of automation and real-time collaboration to dramatically improve customers security maturity.
”We both have deep expertise in Microsoft security and are now taking our game changing SecOps model to a global audience.”
Geoff Haydon, Open Systems CEO, added: "Tiberium’s experience in automating security will allow us to detect and respond to threats faster and more impactfully.
"As importantly, automation increases our ability to proactively protect customers, and to expand our advantage over competitive ‘reactive’ MDR solutions.
"Quickly containing detected cyberthreats is certainly important. Preventing them altogether, however, is our ultimate goal.”