From Sweta Killa: Cyber security stocks have been rallying lately on stronger-than-expected earnings. On a year-to-date basis, the stocks have crushed the broader market. Most of the cybersecurity firms beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate for both earnings and revenues and offered robust guidance.
From Sweta Killa: 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. Most of the cyber security firms beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate for both earnings and revenues and offered robust guidance (read: Must-Watch ETF Areas Before Mid-Term Elections).
From Zacks: The global technology sector was under pressure in the last one month, but not all tech ETFs are feeling the pain.
From Rick Mills: The ever-increasing digitalization of our world has meant advances in technology that would have been unimaginable 30 years ago when the Internet first entered the popular lexicon.
From Jeff L. Yastine: It happened again — another giant-sized hack.
From Jon Markman: In James Bond films, the villains are often eccentric billionaires bent on world domination. They always have great gadgets, tropical islands and legions of hapless, expendable bad guys.
From Zacks: The hype surrounding the cyber security industry has heated up this year given a surging stock market and increased cyberattacks. In fact, many stocks rallied to multi-year highs, suggesting that the industry is thriving.
From John Isaacson: Cybersecurity has become a booming industry, especially in the wake of May’s WannaCry ransomware attack and last month’s Nuclear 17 attack on more than a dozen U.S. nuclear plants.
From Tony Sagami: Memorial Day is a nostalgic, solemn day for me. America is a nation of immigrants. Most of us can trace our roots to some place other than the U.S. For many Americans, this means European ancestry.
From David Dutkewych: Here at the Edelson Institute, we follow the war cycles very closely: Larry’s research shows that the cycles of war and conflict continue to ramp up. And that this escalation will not peak until the year 2020.
From Brad Hoppmann: The epicenter of the news world today is Capitol Hill. There’s a confirmation hearing going on for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.
Research firm Comparitech just released an interesting study that compares the cybersecurity safety of various nations and regions around the world.
From Uncommon Wisdom Daily: Yahoo! (YHOO) just lost a quarter-billion dollars. It’s not that the stock fell. In fact, it closed 1.4% higher in Wednesday trade.
From Zacks: Our world is becoming increasingly digital and interconnected, bringing us new opportunities, but also creating enormous challenges. Abundance of digital information and sophisticated tools available to process and share that information make it very hard to ensure data security in this interconnected world. That is why cybersecurity threats and cyberattacks are on the […]
From Zacks: Cyber security continues to be in the limelight as we approach the end of 2016 owing to numerous data breaches. While there were speculations of the Russian government resorting to hacks and sending contents to WikiLeaks to help Trump get to the White House, the biggest was probably Yahoo (YHOO – Free Report) […]