IBM can identify with the integration pains its bank clients are feeling these days.

The tech vendor has acquired several security and analytics software companies in recent years — including Trusteer, i2, and SPSS — and it's trying to knit their products into a broad package that banks would want to buy to prevent data break-ins or minimize the damage from hackers.

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