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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Corero Network Security Plc LSE:CNS London Ordinary Share GB00B54X0432 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.375 -4.41% 8.125 7.75 8.50 8.50 8.125 8.50 1,093,397 14:24:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 7.8 -4.1 0.0 - 40

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28/11/2016
09:13
Here's hoping thats the double bottom in on the chart,onwards and upwards from here on in.......;-))
mrphiljones
26/11/2016
16:41
The European Commission was the victim of a DDoS attack this afternoon that blocked internet connectivity on-and-off for several hours. hxxp://www.scmagazineuk.com/european-commission-gets-ddosed/article/575183/ 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.”
livewireplus
25/11/2016
17:30
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 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Koch 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.
livewireplus
25/11/2016
04:55
Where cybersecurity computes hxxp://marlborough.wickedlocal.com/news/20161120/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.
livewireplus
25/11/2016
04:40
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.
livewireplus
24/11/2016
17:02
well some one has confidence.
gthurston
18/11/2016
06:00
Breakthrough pricing puts Terabit DDoS detection and mitigation solutions in the hands of service providers for $1 Million USD hxxps://www.corero.com/company/newsroom/press-releases/corero-combats-terabit-ddos-attacks-with-terabit-scale-protection/ Marlborough, MA- November 16, 2016 –  Corero Network Security (LSE: CNS), a leading provider of real-time security solutions against DDoS attacks, today has announced the ability to provide a Terabit of mitigation capacity with automatic DDoS defense technology at an unprecedented price point.
livewireplus
18/11/2016
05:55
Rise of DDoS Attacks Should Have Businesses on Alert hxxp://www.itbusinessedge.com/blogs/data-security/rise-of-ddos-attacks-should-have-businesses-on-alert.html "Given the recent trend of security breaches and attacks, it just feels like this particular holiday season we are poised for some kind of DDoS attack that’s greater in scale than anything we’ve ever seen that could wreak havoc on the retail industry."
livewireplus
16/11/2016
08:45
http://news.sky.com/story/nhs-patients-being-put-at-risk-because-of-cybersecurity-flaws-10657537
mrphiljones
11/11/2016
01:00
The Kaspersky Lab cybersecurity software firm reported a wave of DDOS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks against major Russian banks on Thursday. According to the company's press service, the attacks might be a distraction for a much larger cyber-attack. hxxps://themoscowtimes.com/news/ddos-attack-hits-russian-banks-56077
livewireplus
10/11/2016
15:46
I've read it i know i have i'm sorry for misleading you and wasting your time looking for something here that most be somewhere else......Take care....
mrphiljones
10/11/2016
14:45
ps the cash burn for the last 6 months reported was actually $8.6m, once you add the exchange rate gain and the capitalized R&D costs.
johnb5
10/11/2016
14:42
Sorry Phil can't find an explanation for the cash burn. Read all posts here and RNS's. There's a real danger of further placing's to raise cash for working capital. Until they get costs under control and/or win many more significant contracts (which is highly likely) then I'm on the side lines. However the potential here is huge in the current climate and also the potential for a takeover. GLA.
johnb5
10/11/2016
09:32
If you go back it's been fully explained as to why this WAS the case,the company is now forcussed on core business rather than the scatter gun approach of the past and the full results should reflect this,Good luck .....;-)
mrphiljones
10/11/2016
09:26
Given all the recent publicity surrounding cyber attacks, I'm interested in investing here. Some good contracts wins to date. However, operating costs of $6.3m for 6 months, I can't get my head around that. That's major cash burn for a company of this size. I think I'll wait see what the full results are before investing.
johnb5
08/11/2016
22:51
Forget about Climate Change - Cybercrime is going to have a greater impact on mankind. This (Tesco intrusion) was a incident involving one small single-country bank. Imagine the result of an incident involving many multinational banks across the globe. (And that isn't even anywhere near a worst case scenario). Could cause disruption of trade and drop in world GDP. Enough to keep you awake at night ?!?! As regards CNS part in fighting against it then we have to wait to see what further Contract Win RNS's materialize within the next couple of months.
livewireplus
08/11/2016
08:04
FYI warns this morning of increased DDoS attacks on private business. "The nation's top law-enforcement agency said more attacks are likely because Mirai's source code is public, allowing anyone with technical expertise to set up his own "botnet" of hacked computers. Researchers say other hackers over the past few weeks have used the Mirai code to launch daily small- scale attacks, typically against gaming websites or rivals. The botnet takes control of consumer devices and reprograms them to bombard victims with billions of bytes of unwanted data, a technique known as a distributed denial of service, or DDoS, attack". I reckon this is a company with huge potential going forward. DYOR etc.
chadders
06/11/2016
18:32
British bookmaker William Hill has been recipient of a sophisticated DDoS attack for the previous week causing scores of punters to be unable to log in and place a bet. hxxps://www.bookmakersreview.com/bookmaker-news/ddos-attack-frustrates-william-hills-punters/51385
livewireplus
06/11/2016
17:55
And surfing through the BBC (after looking at Footie scores fist of course) it seems that the store that is 'serving shoppers a little better every day' (their words not mine) is as might be expected on the 'hit' list: Thousands of Tesco Bank current account customers appear to have been targeted by fraudsters, with some saying they have lost hundreds of pounds. hxxp://www.bbc.com/news/business-37888327
livewireplus
04/11/2016
14:32
Liberia has been repeatedly cut off from the internet by hackers targeting its only link to the global network. Recurrent attacks on 3 November flooded the cable link with data, making net access intermittent. Researchers said the attacks showed hackers trying different ways to use massive networks of hijacked machines to overwhelm high-value targets. hTTp://www.bbc.com/news/technology-37859678 The source code for Mirai has been widely shared and many malicious hacker groups have used it to seek out vulnerable devices they can take over and use to mount what are known as Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks.
cougar99
03/11/2016
16:03
http://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/news/shares/widespread-support-for-govs-1-9bn-cyber-plan-but
ohisay
02/11/2016
10:35
Nice rise today, 15p next
sh1984
01/11/2016
17:09
Brilliant news!!!
potential
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