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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.375 -4.41% 8.125 1,093,397 14:24:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
7.75 8.50 8.50 8.125 8.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 7.80 -4.10 40
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:24:47 O 5,000 7.80 GBX

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Corero Network Security Daily Update: Corero Network Security Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CNS. The last closing price for Corero Network Security was 8.50p.
Corero Network Security Plc has a 4 week average price of 5.13p and a 12 week average price of 4.15p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.45p.
There are currently 494,852,304 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 322,296 shares. The market capitalisation of Corero Network Security Plc is £40,206,749.70.
owenski: regrant of options, no performance criteria required and a 10% dilution to shareholders when the free paper gets churned out. Share price and performance is a disgrace here and they're rewarded for it. Bargepole stock.
owenski: Share price down from 42p in 2011 to current 11p, Note the market cap. up from 20m at 42p to over double at 44m and yet share price is now only 11p Just goes to show the abysmal wealth destruction of paying the wage bill year in year out by ordinary investors. Quite sobering really, and now they've recently started taking on debt to pay the wage bill, and they'll be raising again. Horrendous.
owenski: My issue with CNS is cash burn and the fact that it's a penny share but with an M.cap of 33m. So it's had a lot of dilution. The current share price increase is purely down to Miton upping it's stake to >15% It has yet to become cash positive and I suspect it will raise funds yet again. That being said, it's clear the business is growing and selling, will it achieve critical mass though? Of interest, on a calendar year, not FY, basis, their deals and deal size have been growing. So, for calendar year 2017 - reported RNS'ed deals totalled 3.4m with deal size often in the range of 2 - 300k. For this year - 2018 - and we are just over six months in, reported deals are already 3.7m and the smallest deal size is now 400k ( although one reported clutch of deals did have smaller sizes, the aggregate was still 1.2m) So, one can extrapolate and see where this is going. Just wondering if the current M.cap is a bit pricey for the risk that CNS still has to prove it can reach cash flow positive.
columbarius: A positive reaction to today's mixed bag of news but I have my doubts given what they said when raising £8m at four times the current share price last year: "The Directors believe that the net proceeds of the Transaction, together with anticipated revenues, will enable the Company to achieve EBITDA profitability in the fourth quarter of 2016 and positive cash flows from trading in 2017."
chadders: About to turn the corner methinks. New products, major investor increasing its stake and all time low share price. Once this wakes up it'l fly.
ym: growth with a double digit means share price growth as what ratio then? Double or triple?
cottoner: Shares Mag article Corero getting act together? It’s a reasonable question given the firm’s patchy (to say the least) performance. This is an IT security company, albeit, a small one, but it couldn’t ask to be in a hotter spot (this is what Shares wrote in a feature back in 2013, and here’s our most recent cyber security feature). Yet in the four and half years that Corero Network Security (CNS:AIM) has been a distributed denial of service, or DDoS, cyber attacks defence specialist it has faced dribbling revenue declines and has yet to make a profit. Last year, to 31 December 2014, it posted revenues of $7.48 million (down 27%), ran up operating losses in excess of $10.4 million and chalk-up a $7.1 million loss even under its preferred EBITDA measure (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation), which is basically operating profits with the effects of the depreciation and amortisation stripped out, a typical metric for software businesses. Half year figures for this year, published on 30 September, showed things were a bit better. Revenues were up a bit ($4 million versus $3.7 million H1-on-H1), EBITDA losses down a bit (from $3.9 million to $3.5 million) but it still managed to burn through more than $4 million of cash. Which makes recent contract successes all the more vital. It has been pushing its SmartWall threat defence system since February 2014 and it today (6 January 2016) bagged it first contract with a major Tier-1 internet service provider (ISP) in Europe, and that sparks a 13%-plus share price jump to 18.75p. ‘This is not a trial or Proof of Concept but a fully operational DDoS protection service, managed by the provider on behalf of its customer,’ points out CEO Ashley Stephenson today. ‘We look forward to pursuing additional DDoS protection service deployments with this Tier-1 provider and other leading ISP’s across Europe.’ OK, worth just $700,000, big deal you might think. But this is the latest in a trend, a welcome line of new business that is getting ever longer. It comes just a day after sealing a similar deal with an internet hosting supplier in the US, and that was won less than a month after securing a Tier-1 ISP in the States on 10 December. Go back to early October, you’ll find the announcement of a FTSE 100 company to sign-up, plus there was another American ISP in September, albeit a smaller, regional supplier. Add these deals together and their value tots-up to $2.5 million of new business, and that’s without the December contract, where no financial details were given. But pretty decent going since Corero went cap in hand to investors for £5 million fresh cash to fuel growth. No need to get any bunting out yet, there’s plenty to do but it might be just worth whispering… perhaps the Corero worm is finally turning. hTTp://
affc21: Sorry to but in, but my take on it (aim listing?) is that the management were/are disappointed with the investing community lack of interest in CNS and hence which is also reflected in the share price...I'd have thought any U.S. tier 1 I.S.P contract wins will cancel those suggestions to history.For more info look at the company RNS (snippet below):Proposed fund raising and Trading UpdateAIM ListingThe Directors have, in response to discussions with the some of the Company's shareholders, considered the appropriateness of the Company's AIM listing. The Directors believe that it is in the best interests of the Company and its shareht the present time but will continue to assess, on a periodic basis, whether an AIM listing remains appropriate. Shareholders will be notified of any future developments in this regard.
affc21: Also posted on London South East forum, but no interest shown, so have posted on here. I have bought a small amount of CNS shares, with a view of increasing my shareholding here (dependant on research)... ------------------ Interesting find (for anyone that may be interested), Within the BLACKROCK SMALLER COMPANIES TRUST Portfolio Holdings, It states that: As at 31 March 2015 The Market Value of Corero Network Security is £91,075 within the fund. Now £91,075 = 809,555 shares at 11.25p share price (at 31 March 2015). That is less than 1% of the issued share capital of CNS. Blackrock were holding 4,262,067 shares (3.7%) as at 25 March 2015 (from the Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2014). I have not seen any “Holdings in Company” RNS stating that Blackrock have reduced their share holdings in CNS. But would not be surprised if their share holdings were reduced to zero shortly. Explains the large seller of late. Click on web links below for further information, Portfolio Holdings (click on link below): hTTp:// Alternatively, Click on “PORTFOLIO HOLDINGS” link, within the Blackrock smaller companies web page (below): hTTp://
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