agreed to buy Trustgenix, a Santa Clara, Calif., maker of software that's designed to let cooperating organizations exchange user data securely and privately.
After closing the deal, H-P plans to integrate Trustgenix and its software into the company's OpenView product line. Financial terms of the transaction weren't disclosed.
H-P, based in Palo Alto, Calif., expects to close the acquisition within the next 30 days. Shares of H-P were adding 7 cents to $30.03.