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FireEye: Shareholders No Longer WannaCry

FireEye (NASDAQ:FEYE) surged during May following better than expected Q1 results and the WannaCry ransomware attack that spurred excitement in the cyber security sector. The long beaten down stock is finally seeing some life.

The stock now trades at nearly $15 following some give back after the WannaCry excitement, a level not seen since last October. The question now is whether the....More>>>

FireEye: Shareholders No Longer WannaCry

FireEye (NASDAQ:FEYE) surged during May following better than expected Q1 results and the WannaCry ransomware attack that spurred excitement in the cyber security sector. The long beaten down stock is finally seeing some life.

The stock now trades at nearly $15 following some give back after the WannaCry excitement, a level not seen since last October. The question now is whether the....More>>>

Better Buy: Check Point Software Technologies vs. FireEye Inc”

The WannaCry ransomware (a type of malicious software) has affected hundreds of thousands of computers and bank ATMs across 150 countries. The malware encrypts the files on a user’s system and then displays a message demanding ransom to decrypt the infected files.

Not surprisingly, the ransomware attack has pushed cybersecurity stocks higher. For instance, shares of FireEye (NASDAQ:FEYE)....More>>>

Trump's New Executive Order Will Move Cybersecurity Technologies To The Cloud

President Donald Trump signed on Thursday a new executive order that calls for an entire review of the nation’s cybersecurity and digital defenses.

According to a CNBC report, the new executive order will result in a migration of the country’s cyber-defense system to the cloud as quickly as possible. The reason for doing so is simple: By moving defense systems to shared services,....More>>>

Palo Alto – How Could So Many People Be So Wrong About So Much?

Palo Alto – The crumbling of an empire

Is the headline of this session a bit dramatic? Regardless of the apparent sensationalism, I really think the results and the outlook describe an end of an era for this company that is akin to the crumbling of an empire. Palo Alto (NYSE:PANW) first emerged as a leading cyber-security vendor around 2009 when it started marketing next-generation....More>>>