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30 Cybersecurity Stocks In A Dangerous Digital World

Wayne Duggan

Cybersecurity stocks have been on fire lately, but not all of the names in the space are familiar to investors. Here’s a list of 30 companies that are working to keep the digital world safe.

1. CyberArk Software Ltd (NASDAQ: CYBR)

This Israeli software designer’s stock is already up more than 77 percent in 2015.

2. FireEye Inc (NASDAQ: FEYE)

FireEye’s virtual machine-based security platform helps protect clients from next-generation security threats.

3. Qualys Inc (NASDAQ: QLYS)

This California-based company provides businesses with cloud security and other related services.

4. Proofpoint Inc (NASDAQ: PFPT)

Proofpoint provides SaaS and other solutions for email security, data encryption, privacy protection and many other common security threats.

5. Splunk Inc (NASDAQ: SPLK)

Splunk offers a leading platform for real-time operational intelligence that allows users to investigate security issues themselves.

6. Fortinet Inc (NASDAQ: FTNT)

Fortinet provides threat management and network security solutions for bandwidth-intensive environments.

7. Infoblox Inc (NYSE: BLOX)

This company specializes in developing software and hardware (including a line of DNS security products) to manage internet addresses and identify devices connected to networks.

8. Palo Alto Networks Inc (NYSE: PANW)

Palo Alto Networks provides network security that allows businesses to safely manage the growing number of complex applications running on modern networks.

9. AVG Technologies NV (NYSE: AVG)

This Czech company specializes in computer security software and serves over 188 million active users.

10. Juniper Networks, Inc. (NYSE: JNPR)

Juniper has been in the enterprise and security business ever since it acquired assets from NetScreen Technologies back in 2003.

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11. Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO)

A multinational developer of networking equipment, Cisco has an entire segment of its business devoted to security.

12. Intralinks Holdings Inc (NYSE: IL)

Intralinks boosted its security product offerings when it acquired docTrackr, a document security company, in April of 2014.

13. Science Applications Intl Corp (NYSE: SAIC)

This technology integrator provides IT and engineering services and security for complex government and commercial projects.

14. Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ: CHKP)

Check Point develops and produces software and hardware for IT security.

15. Barracuda Networks Inc (NYSE: CUDA)

Barracuda designs and delivers cloud-connected storage and security solutions.

16. Trend Micro Inc (OTC: TMICY)

Trend Micro develops and sells security software in Japan.

17. Symantec Corporation (NASDAQ: SYMC)

Symantec provides security backup, and data solutions for customers worldwide.

18. VASCO Data Security International, Inc. (NASDAQ: VDSI)

This company designs and develops digital asset security systems used worldwide.

19. The KEYW Holding Corp. (NASDAQ: KEYW)

This company provides cybersecurity, geospatial intelligence solutions and other services to the U.S. government and commercial customers.

20. Radware Ltd. (NASDAQ: RDWR)

Radware develops and produces application delivery and security solutions for virtual and cloud data centers.

21. Imperva Inc (NYSE: IMPV)

Imperva develops and produces physical and virtual data center security solutions.

22. Exelis Inc (NYSE: XLS)

Exelis develops and produces communications, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance-related products.

23. Widepoint Corporation (NYSE: WYY)

Among other services, WidePoint provides custom security policies and procedures and provides secure asset disposal services.

24. ManTech International Corp (NASDAQ: MANT)

ManTech provides cyber warfare and cyber defense security solutions, including identifying and neutralizing cyber-attacks.

25. Zix Corporation (NASDAQ: ZIXI)

Zix provides email encryption and data loss prevention solutions.

26. Guidance Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: GUID)

This company provides digital investigative services that allow customers to collect, search and analyze digital information for security purposes.

27. Gemalto NV (OTC: GTOMY)

This Dutch company specializes in security in the areas of mobile communication, machine-to-machine communication and digital transactions.

28. LifeLock Inc (NYSE: LOCK)

LifeLock specializes in identity theft protection and fraud and risk solutions.

29. Varonis Systems Inc (NASDAQ: VRNS)

Varonis’ solutions allow customers to monitor data access and prevent unwanted security breaches.

30. Akamai Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: AKAM)

Akamai provides cloud and mobile computing security, including software products that prevent DDoS attacks.

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