|Bid||16.05 x 500|
|Ask||16.14 x 1400|
|Day's Range||16.03 - 16.50|
|52 Week Range||10.35 - 18.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Apr 30, 2018 - May 4, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||17.55|
The most dangerous nation for cyber threats is Iran, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir told CNBC on Sunday.
As much as FireEye (FEYE) has for years been a force to reckon with in the cybersecurity vendor market, the one thing that had been lacking on its resume was that unlike rivals Cisco Systems (CSCO), Symantec (SYMC), and Palo Alto Networks (PANW), it had never turned a quarterly profit since going public back in 2013. Wall Street on average was expecting FireEye to post a loss per share of $0.01 in 4Q17. FireEye would have actually posted a GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) profit in 4Q17 had it not been for a one-off expense of $12.5 million that the company incurred toward legal settlement costs.
With the Finjan Holdings (FNJN) litigation now behind it and subscription-based revenues continuing to grow, FireEye’s (FEYE) prospects in the security market may have just brightened. FireEye is one of the ten largest pure-play cybersecurity companies in the world, according to the BVP Cyber Index. Also on this list are Check Point Software (CHKP), Symantec (SYMC), Palo Alto Networks (PANW), and Proofpoint (PFPT).
After a period of push and pull over patent ownership that resulted in Finjan Holdings (FNJN) suing FireEye (FEYE), the companies in December agreed to settle their differences and proceeded to announce the deal in January. In a joint statement, Finjan and FireEye said that they had agreed to resolve and settle all claims against each other. The companies also announced their agreement to cross-license each other’s patent portfolios.
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Leaders of U.S. intelligence agencies warned on Tuesday that Russia will try to interfere in the 2018 U.S. midterm elections by using social media to spread propaganda and misleading reports, much as it did in the 2016 campaign. Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats told a congressional committee that Russia and other foreign entities were likely to attack U.S. and European elections this year and beyond, adding that Moscow believes similar efforts successfully undermined U.S. democracy two years ago.
Researchers with cyber security firms Cisco Systems Inc (CSCO.O), CrowdStrike and FireEye Inc (FEYE.O) said in blog posts and statements to Reuters on Monday that they had analyzed computer code they believed was used in Friday's attack. All three security companies said the Olympic Destroyer malware was designed to knock computers offline by deleting critical system files, which would render the machines useless. "Disruption is the clear objective in this type of attack and it leaves us confident in thinking that the actors behind this were after embarrassment of the Olympic committee during the opening ceremony," Cisco said in its blog.
For the year, FireEye Inc (NASDAQ:FEYE) is up 12.2%. Meanwhile, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSEARCA:SPY) is down about 45 basis points. A big part of this outperformance, in fact, all of it, is due to the two-day 14.3% rally by FEYE stock after reporting earnings.
FireEye, Inc. , the intelligence-led security company, today announced participation in upcoming investor conferences and its 2018 Analyst Day.
Several U.S. cyber security firms said on Monday that they have uncovered a computer virus dubbed "Olympic Destroyer" that was likely used in an attack on Friday's opening ceremony of the Pyeongchang Winter Games. Games Organizers confirmed the attack on Sunday, saying that it affected internet and television services but did not compromise critical operations. Researchers with cyber security firms Cisco Systems Inc , CrowdStrike and FireEye Inc said in blog posts and statements to Reuters on Monday that they had analysed computer code they believed was used in Friday's attack.
In the preceding parts of this series, we discuss the factors that have weighed on FireEye (FEYE) stock as well as the potential factors that could give the stock a boost. The presentation below, which summarizes the data of a customer survey done by Morgan Stanley (MS) for FireEye’s offerings, suggests that Helix is expected to be the company’s most popular offering over the next three to five years. In early 2017, the Helix launch triggered Goldman Sachs (GS) to upgrade FireEye stock to a “buy,” as the research firm felt that the new offering would boost the company’s prospects in the cybersecurity space.
FireEye (FEYE) reports splendid Q4 results wherein the company reported its first ever positive non-GAAP operating income as well as earnings per share.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / February 12, 2018 / Shares of Proofpoint and FireEye were both gaining speed on Friday to close in the green. Strong earnings from both companies had traders celebrating. RDI ...
The double-digit growth in the company’s subscription offerings indicates that FireEye is doing well in customer acquisition. Customer acquisition costs and recurring revenues and are some of the key metrics to measure the performance of the SaaS (software-as-a-service) model. Currently, FireEye is struggling with negative operating cash flow, which could be a roadblock to the execution of its growth plans.
Shares of security technology vendor FireEye (FEYE) surged by $1.32, or 9%, to close at $15.44, amidst a choppy session for the broader market, after the company yesterday afternoon beat Q4 expectations, including delivering a surprise profit. The stock got at least one upgrade today, that I can see, from Susquehanna’s Anne Meisner, who raised her rating to “Positive” from Neutral. Meisner writes that the results back up her research that showed newer products are helping the business: Our industry feedback has turned much more positive for FireEye over the past several quarters, and it appears that the company's pivot to Endpoint and Helix is bearing fruit.
Among the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Friday's session are Amazon.com, FedEx, United Parcel Service, Expedia, Nvidia and Qualcomm.
Feb.13 -- Kevin Mandia, FireEye's chief executive officer, discusses the state of cybersecurity with Bloomberg's Emily Chang at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference in San Francisco.