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|Bid||18.56 x 800|
|Ask||18.85 x 1400|
|Day's Range||18.40 - 18.90|
|52 Week Range||13.51 - 20.61|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.73|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Feb 6, 2019 - Feb 11, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||20.00|
Hackers linked to the Russian government are impersonating U.S. State Department employees in an operation aimed at infecting computers of U.S. government agencies, think tanks and businesses, two cybersecurity firms told Reuters. The operation, which began on Wednesday, suggests Russia is keen to resume an aggressive campaign of attacks on U.S. targets after a lull going into the Nov. 6 U.S. midterm election, in which Republicans lost control of the House of Representatives, according to CrowdStrike and FireEye Inc. U.S. intelligence agencies have charged that Russia was behind a string of hacks in the 2016 presidential campaign in a bid to boost support for Donald Trump.
Hackers linked to the Russian government are impersonating U.S. State Department employees in an operation aimed at infecting computers of U.S. government agencies, think tanks and businesses, two cybersecurity firms told Reuters. The operation, which began on Wednesday, suggests Russia is keen to resume an aggressive campaign of attacks on U.S. targets after a lull going into the Nov. 6 U.S. midterm election, in which Republicans lost control of the House of Representatives, according to CrowdStrike and FireEye Inc (FEYE.O). U.S. intelligence agencies have charged that Russia was behind a string of hacks in the 2016 presidential campaign in a bid to boost support for Donald Trump.
Investorideas.com, a leading investor news resource covering defense and cybersecurity stocks releases a sector snapshot, following the money in both spending and costs, looking at recent news and developments in the sector. Juniper Research has projected that the average cost of a data breach in 2020 will exceed $150 million as more business infrastructure gets connected. The sector is definitely one to watch according to Zacks.com, reporting just yesterday, “Amid the broad market sell-off, the cyber security industry appears well poised on higher IT spending budgets, increased cybercrimes and better-than-expected earnings for the July-September quarter.
The string of earnings beat and solid outlook has led cyber security ETFs to perform better than the other technology peers over the past month.
FireEye Knows It’s a Prime Target FireEye Must Defend Its Own Executives and Network from Nation-State Hackers By Adam Janofsky FireEye Inc. has helped cyberattack victims, such as Sony Pictures Entertainment, Anthem Inc.
Monday night during his popular Mad Money program on CNBC Jim Cramer sat down with Kevin Mandia, the CEO of FireEye Inc. The cybersecurity company had a great quarter and is the best in the business, Cramer said. Because Monday's show focused on Veterans Day, Jim asked how does having veterans on the team help someone like Mandia?
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / November 13, 2018 / U.S. stocks closed down on Monday as oil prices continued to slide, raising concerns amongst investors. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 2.32 percent ...
FireEye (FEYE) has been shifting from selling perpetual software licenses to a business model in which it sells its security software on a subscription basis. Many software companies are undergoing this shift as they seek to boost their recurring revenues. Design software maker Autodesk (ADSK), which has transitioned most of its customers to a subscription model, saw its recurring revenue jump 28% YoY (year-over-year) in the second quarter of fiscal 2019, which ended in July.
Cisco Systems (CSCO) is shrinking its customer experience team, the Register has reported. The layoffs in the customer experience department are part of the measures Cisco is taking to better align its resources with growth priorities, according to the company. Although Cisco is best known as a networking company, it has sought to diversify its business through efforts such as its expansion into the cybersecurity market.
FireEye, Inc. (FEYE) is looking like an interesting pick from a technical perspective, as the company is seeing favorable trends on the moving average crossover front
Zacks.com highlights: FireEye, Nokia, 21Vianet Group, Endurance International Group Holdings and Energy Fuels
Technology stocks and the corresponding exchange-traded funds (ETFs) were pummeled in October, but those declines could represent buying opportunities, particularly in more focused, nuanced industry ETFs. That includes cybersecurity funds.
Fortinet (FTNT) fell 13.3% on November 2 to close at $72.56. Fortinet announced its third-quarter results last week and reported revenue of $454 million, a rise of 21% year-over-year and above analyst estimates of $451 million. Earnings per share rose 75% to $0.49, which were well above estimates of $0.42.
NEW YORK, Nov. 02, 2018 -- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Fundamental Markets released its latest key findings for all current investors,.
Stock futures signaled the first back-to-back gain in the market correction. : Facebook earnings were mixed, but shares rose on Q4 guidance. Electronic Arts, FireEye, Paycom and iQiyi were notable movers on earnings reports.
The stock market handed out a Halloween treat Wednesday as tech stocks boosted the key indexes to solid gains, to wrap up a scary October.
Facebook and the FANG stocks helped the Nasdaq spearhead a bullish day in the stock market. The software sector is getting back some of its mojo too, a key factor for the bulls.
• Array BioPharma (ARRY) gained $1.16 to $16.20 Wednesday after posting quarterly results that topped Wall Street expectations. The move broke the stock out above key lateral resistance as it has emerged from a head-and-shoulders bottoming pattern. Volume of 6.5 million shares was the biggest for the drug developer since May when its stock last broke out.
Honeywell’s security team said 15% of the malware targeting its customers during the data collection was among the potent varieties. While security threats stemming from USB devices, the removable flash storage drives that connect to larger machines like laptops, are not new, their use to spread such strong malware came as a surprise to Eric Knapp, Honeywell’s chief engineer for cybersecurity solutions.