|hahah soft t holds this then LOL|
|Here are five key trends to monitor:
Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks are increasing in volume and becoming much more sophisticated with the rise of the Internet of Things (IOT) device usage.
|heading back to new lows .... let us see if a suitable rns will materialize well before the following:
February 6-8, 2017 - Washington, D.C.
Corero is proud to be a sponsor of NANOG 69 in Washington, D.C. Don’t miss this chance to meet with us at the Beer-N-Gear event, to learn how automatic and real-time DDoS mitigation technology is changing the way Internet Service Providers are dealing with the DDoS challenge.
|Thanks ... I probably have already read that - but forgotten about it - certainly makes sense.|
From the half yearlies:
"Secondly, the Company expects an increase in Service Providers and Hosting Providers seeking to utilize Corero's products and technology via an "as-a-service" subscription-based offering. This sales model reduces recognised revenue at the time of the customer order, but increases the contract value and revenues over the life of the deal.
Based on the progress in the first half of 2016 and expectation of new business wins in the remainder of 2016, the Board is positive about the future prospects for the Company."|
|Johnb5 - Yes - Lots of new orders required before CNS has a positive PER. That is why I am intrigued as to why Koch is so overweight in this. Are CNS getting lots of 'little' orders which individually don't warrant RNS's? We shall see. Final Results due about April - quite a while away yet.|
|World's Biggest Mirai Botnet Is Being Rented Out For DDoS Attacks
Now there’s a new DDoS service that’s powered by four times as many bots.|
|Well let's see if they get there fair share of new contracts in the coming year:
2017 security predictions: If you thought 2016 was bad, fasten your seat belts -- next year is going to be even worse
|lwp that's a good find and presumably has not been put out on an RNS as the contract may not yet be completed. This is an interesting business in the right space for growth. I just can't get my head around the cash burn and it would take a huge amount of contract wins to get to profit. Which is achievable but may take some time. I'm waiting in the wings.|
|Whilst trawling then came across this from last month:
htp Gmbh In Hannover Chooses Real-Time Ddos Protection From Corero Network Security
Robert Remenyi, responsible for planning the internet backbone for htp GmbH, explained how the Corero TDS has allowed them to identify smaller, sub-saturating DDoS attacks on the company’s network.|
|That's the $64k question ... If we assume the 1m transaction reported as a late trade is Koch's then someone else bought the 750k transaction reported on 24th? I'm intrigued as to why Koch is so overweight in this share. So who knows if a pile of contracts get signed off soon.
|whens the placing again.....|
|Just digging around a little more. Kock did have some interest in CRX until recently:
Name of the proxy holder is given as Accrue Nominees Ltd - but further links between Koch and Accrue seem a bit vague|
|Holdings of Richard John Koch, MBA
|Recent Share Trades for Corero Network (CNS)
|It was the 24th price at the time was 9.50 to 10.25p.....check the trade pages....:-)|
|how do you know it is 24th ??
In which case it will be Koch's from the last RNS|
|Another 1m buy from the 24th.....|
|I'd be interested to know why Richard John Koch is so over weight in these. Time will tell.|
|Here's hoping thats the double bottom in on the chart,onwards and upwards from here on in.......;-))|
|The European Commission was the victim of a DDoS attack this afternoon that blocked internet connectivity on-and-off for several hours.
Sean Newman, director at Corero Networks told SCMagazineUK.com in an email, “ Reports from the European Commission of saturated Internet connectivity are just another example of why organisations need to be looking to their Service Providers for protection against DDoS attacks, as on-premise defences are virtually powerless once incoming links have been overwhelmed.”|
|So it was Richard John Koch who added to his holding.
Richard John Koch is a British author, speaker, and investor, and a former management consultant and entrepreneur. Wikipedia
When he "retired" at age 40, Koch had made enough money to be able to fund the start or expansion of several new ventures. These included Filofax, Belgo, Plymouth Gin, Capstone, Betfair, FanDuel, and Auto1 . These have returned between 5 and 53 times his original equity stakes.|
|Where cybersecurity computes
Q: What makes you different from the competition?
A: The goal of the Corero DDoS protection solution is to protect the customer’s network infrastructure, online services and confidential data from harmful DDoS attacks. Corero's anti-DDoS solutions are designed to be always on, providing automatic attack mitigation with continuous threat visibility and network forensics, which allow our customers to also monetize DDoS defense as-a-service offerings. Corero's real-time DDoS protection can be obtained at a fraction of traditional solutions. Also, the Corero SmartWall provides comprehensive, real-time DDoS protection against the latest breed of attacks, including network and application layer DDoS attacks, volumetric, multi-vector attacks and access attempts from internet protocol addresses with a bad reputation or from unwanted geo-locations.|
|Just as I was starting to doubt my holding in these then someone comes along and buys £75k worth. I would presume they would have done a little research first !!! I hope it doesn't transpire as a Director Deal as that would mean no imminent news due.
The last Director Deal I can see is when Chairman of the Board picked-up £849,999.92 of them at 22p per share during the April fund raising.
Let us see what today brings.|
|well some one has confidence.|