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Cybersecurity companies benefit from spread of ransomware attack, but can they last?
Cybersecurity companies benefit from spread of ransomware attack; can they last?
Industrials try to fit through narrow openings.
Recent earnings reports from IBM, Intel and others suggest cloud infrastructure demand is still taking a heavy toll on IT hardware sales. That is, outside of one market.
Cyber security company's shares are coming to a decision point.
Trump mocks the idea that Russian hackers interfered with the election. Proofpoint CEO Gary Steele says it's too early to tell, but state-sponsored hacking will be an issue in 2017.
Optiv and Presidio are being taken public by PE firms that appear hungry to profit from a strong tech IPO environment, but investors might want to tread cautiously.
Jim Cramer expects to see consolidation among enterprise companies focused on cyber security.
But several airline and retail stocks are proving highly volatile.
Akamai, Proofpoint can help government fight cyberterrorism.
Earnings reports continue to hit the wires in a fast and furious pace as we get into the heart of third-quarter earnings season. Proofpoint and Paypal are both up approximately 10% after better-than-expected results. Synchrony Financial also gettin...
Investor enthusiasm for many security tech stocks has died down since last year. While earnings season could bring more volatility, some contrarian plays arguably exist.
Fortinet reveals weakness in what has been a strong sector.
Our optimistic upside target is the round number of $100.
Proofpoint’s solutions may be able to review more than 600 million emails per day, but they still cannot protect the cyber-security company’s stock from the market’s recent turbulence.
Gary Steele, the CEO of newly-public cloud security specialist Proofpoint, explains why Wall Street's receptive to tech IPOs again.
Put this stock on your shopping list to buy during a summer or autumn wipeout.
Proofpoint CEO Gary Steel believes that it will turn profitable as the company continues to grow.
It's California dreaming for these three data-based IPOs with Splunk looking the strongest.