|Bid||16.26 x 800|
|Ask||16.27 x 2200|
|Day's range||15.94 - 16.67|
|52-week range||13.40 - 19.36|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||30 Jul 2018 - 3 Aug 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||19.26|
FireEye’s (FEYE) Mandiant consulting business has seen strong growth, reaching record highs in terms of rate per hour and chargeable metrics. Mandiant’s growing popularity has extended its reach from domestic to international. To strengthen the international base for the business in the last few years, FireEye has invested heavily in the Asia-Pacific and EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa) regions, winning it several contracts.
FireEye (FEYE) continues to gain competitive strength through new product launches and by upgrading its existing product features. As endpoint security is high in demand, the intelligence-based security provider increased its focus on the market at the end of fiscal Q3 2017 to strengthen its market share. It combines multiple detection and prevention options with FireEye’s threat intelligence capabilities for endpoint resistance, saving time and money.
FireEye (FEYE) aims to enhance its email security service with the acquisition of privately held email security company The Email Laundry, which it bought last October for ~$8.7 million. The Email Laundry’s security platform helps customers discover malicious sources before they attack their network through its threat intelligence, advanced predictive analytics, and impersonation detection technology, thereby protecting employees’ email.
FireEye’s (FEYE) flexible business plan lets it cover a wide network, covering enterprises’ network, email, and endpoint security requirements, and its security applications can be delivered via the cloud or on-premises, depending on clients’ needs. As FireEye has formed a strategic alliance with cloud and database management service operator Oracle (ORCL), customers can now easily access FireEye Email Security through the Oracle Cloud Marketplace, saving money and deployment time. In the last five years, FireEye’s customer base has grown at a compound annual rate of 34.8%.
FireEye’s (FEYE) Helix security technology combines the company’s network, email, and endpoint security platforms with its advanced threat intelligence, threat analytics, and orchestration features. The Helix cloud user interface offers multilayer threat protection along with third-party security products providing contextual information about attackers and techniques used to breach security. Mandiant’s expert features further assist in pre-determining threat response.
FireEye (FEYE) has continued implementing a different business strategy to boost customer growth. The company is focusing more on a subscription-based business model than its traditional one-time payment model, to tap the mid-level market, offer flexibility to clients, drive product sales, and retain customers, thereby supporting its annual recurring revenue. FireEye enjoys a strong product portfolio, with popular products such as its iSIGHT intelligence technology, Helix user interface, and Endpoint 4.0 security service.
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A sophisticated hacking campaign launched from computers in China burrowed deeply into satellite operators, defence contractors and telecommunications companies in the United States and southeast Asia, security researchers at Symantec Corp said on Tuesday. Symantec said the effort appeared to be driven by national espionage goals, such as the interception of military and civilian communications. Such interception capabilities are rare but not unheard of, and the researchers could not say what communications, if any, were taken.
A sophisticated hacking campaign launched from computers in China burrowed deeply into satellite operators, defense contractors and telecommunications companies in the United States and southeast Asia, security researchers at Symantec Corp said on Tuesday. Symantec said the effort appeared to be driven by national espionage goals, such as the interception of military and civilian communications. Such interception capabilities are rare but not unheard of, and the researchers could not say what communications, if any, were taken.
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Data security company F-Secure said on Monday it had agreed to acquire Britain-based MWR InfoSecurity for 80 million pounds ($106 million) in cash to widen its range of cyber security services. The Finnish company, which is best known for its anti-virus protection products for consumer and businesses, said the deal would make it the largest European provider of services that help organisations detect and neutralise cyber attack threats. "After this, there aren't many cyber security companies in the world covering both services and products with resources that would match ours," F-Secure Chairman and founder Risto Siilasmaa, who is also the chairman of Nokia, said on his Twitter account.
Data security company F-Secure said on Monday it had agreed to acquire Britain-based MWR InfoSecurity for 80 million pounds in cash to widen its range of cyber security services. The Finnish company, which ...
MILPITAS, Calif.--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- FireEye, Inc., the intelligence-led security company, today announced it won the SC Magazine Europe award for Best Email Security Solution . Winners of the 2018 SC Awards ...
Symantec (SYMC) has reported improvement in its billings growth in the last five quarters, triggered by the acquisition of Blue Coat Systems and LifeLock. These acquisitions are driving the company’s enterprise security billings. The company enjoyed strong billings growth in its Enterprise Security and Consumer Digital Safety segments.
Russian and Chinese hackers have targeted South Korean entities, likely government groups, ahead of next week’s U.S.-North Korea summit, a cybersecurity researcher says.
Shares of cybersecurity (HACK) company Symantec (SYMC) fell 25% in May and closed at $20.78. The stock is currently trading at $21.02, which is 11.5% higher than its 52-week low of $18.85 and 39% lower than its 52-week high of $34.20. Symantec has generated a return of -31% in the last 12 months after rising almost 19% in 2017.
Symantec (SYMC) has maintained strong bottom-line growth in the last five quarters. This growth was buoyed by the successful integration of its Blue Coat Systems and LifeLock acquisitions, which produced high-cost synergies for the company. Symantec’s cost-saving goals for fiscal 2018 also contributed to its EPS growth.
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U.S. election systems are increasingly at risk for cyberattacks ahead of the November midterms as Russia continues information operations to sow political division, according to cyber firm FireEye Inc. State and local election infrastructure is becoming a more popular target for hackers, particularly state-sponsored cyber espionage actors, the Milpitas, California-based company said in a report Thursday, outlining risks to voter registration, polling places and ballot submission systems. Although the U.S. primary season is well underway, FireEye said it hasn’t observed attacks against election infrastructure as of March.
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Similarly, the market caps of other cybersecurity service providers Palo Alto Networks (PANW) and Fortinet (FTNT) came in at $18.4 billion and $9.9 billion, respectively. In the graph above, we can see a comparison of the market caps of FireEye, Palo Alto Networks, and Fortinet. On May 15, FireEye was trading at a forward EV-to-EBITDA (enterprise value-to-EBITDA) multiple of ~35.31x.