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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Osirium Technologies Plc LSE:OSI London Ordinary Share GB00BZ58DH10 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 16.75 16.50 17.00 16.75 16.75 16.75 2,323 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1.4 -3.1 -13.0 - 4

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/11/2021
14:04
Hedgehog, Will you be taking part in the forhcoming CRCL fundraising - should there be one on the off chance?
kemche
29/11/2021
09:43
29/11/2021 06:59 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Osirium Technologies PLC Trading Update LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc "Osirium Technologies plc (AIM: OSI), a leading vendor of cloud-based cybersecurity software, today provides an update on the trading for the current financial year ending 31 December 2021. The Group has continued to make good operational and strategic progress with an impressive c.70% increase in new customers in the second half of the year to date, compared to the same period in 2020, demonstrating success in the Group's growth opportunities. New customer acquisitions has been driven by the Group's increased reach into new markets and a more general acceleration of interest in Privileged Security products across a number of sectors. Average initial contract values have been lower and decision times longer, however, due to ongoing caution and disruption around customers' strategic IT plans, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, the Board anticipates that bookings and revenue for the year to 31 December 2021 will be broadly at the same levels achieved in the prior year and slightly behind current market expectations. The Board anticipate a normalisation of customers' decision making in the New Year. Customer retention rates remain high at 97% by value, demonstrating the value customers attribute to the Group's solutions and providing further foundations for 'land-and-expand' strategy. As announced on 8 November 2021, Osirium's channel partner network is delivering opportunities overseas and domestically alongside the direct sales arm of the business, resulting in a growing number of leads. The Board will continue to assess and develop the Company's go-to-market strategies. The Group has built an established 'best-in-class' Privileged Security suite, comprising three complementary product offerings to engage an exciting and substantial market opportunity which the Directors believe will be valued at approximately $25 billion by 2025. As a result of these operational developments, the Group continues to add to its pipeline of opportunities for 2022. In addition to an expanded customer base and high level of customer retention, the Group has c.GBP1.5m of anticipated bookings from existing customer renewals due in 2022, as well as provide additional upside opportunities in 2022, as it further expands and deepens customer engagement. David Guyatt, CEO of Osirium, commented: "As a reflection of the demand for our services, we have continued to see growing customer numbers as we progress through the second half, along with sustained customer retention of >95% by value. While lower contract values have impacted our bookings and revenue, we believe our expanded market reach and penetration provides a good opportunity from which to execute our 'land-and-expand' strategy as the market continues to gain momentum and evolve. We will continue to review the Group's strategy for delivering long term shareholder value." Simon Lee, Chairman of Osirium, added: "While we remain confident in the long-term outlook for the Group and the demand for its services, we continue to consider the best options to ensure continued growth and to take advantage of the significant opportunities in the Privileged Security space."" https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/osirium-technologies-OSI/share-news/Osirium-Technologies-PLC-Trading-Update/86669269 A decent OSI 2021 performance in the circumstances of the pandemic. Being only slightly behind market expectations isn't bad - it means that the company is close to meeting them. And turnover about the same as last year is relatively good, considering the turnover falls suffered by many other companies. The comments from the CEO and Chairman at the end are interesting, i.e. reviewing OSI's strategy to deliver value, and considering options to ensure continued growth etc. It sounds like the company could be considering putting itself up for sale - perhaps they have already had overtures that they are considering? At a market cap. of just a few £M., OSI is a sitting duck for a takeover.
hedgehog 100
14/11/2021
12:44
Some small company shares have rebounded very well from the pandemic problems this year, whereas some haven't. Is there a pattern in this divergence? Well, it seems that shares more directly hit by the lock-downs, e.g. events companies, restaurants, etc., have been more likely to rebound, as the reopening etc. have more immediately benefitted them. Whereas many small IT services, software, and hardware companies have yet to rebound strongly. Two widespread problems here have been supply chain disruption, and customers deferring investment decisions. But these problems are temporary, and indeed are already diminishing. Which could create a very good recovery opportunity for investors. In fact, it wouldn't surprise me if the IT software and services sector becomes the best performer of 2022. So OSI could benefit from both growing business and improving sector sentiment, which would be an ideal environment in which to raise more funds.
hedgehog 100
13/11/2021
17:26
OSI is one of those rare shares where the more I research it, the more I like it. Which his quite unusual: it's more common to uncover aspects that make me less keen on a share than otherwise. Many investors won't do this level of in-depth research into a share, and therefore won't have a full appreciation of it - good or bad. But true value always seems to out eventually in the end. Benjamin Graham: “In the short run, the market is a voting machine but in the long run, it is a weighing machine.” HTTP://www.goodreads.com/quotes/831517-in-the-short-run-the-market-is-a-voting-machine
hedgehog 100
11/11/2021
11:20
Darktrace@Darktrace "Every second, Darktrace interrupts a cyber-attack. From email and cloud to industrial networks, self-learning AI is resilient in the face of increasingly sophisticated threats. ..." https://twitter.com/darktrace/status/1381609940004052993 Interrupting a cyber-attack every second is impressive. But it would be even more impressive if Darktrace interrupted an attack WITHIN a second, as opposed to seconds - plural. Computers work so quickly that seconds can actually be a relatively long time. Still, the tweeted 'every second' statistic does bring home the sheer frequency of cyber-attacks, and of the compelling need to employ top-quality PAM like OSI's.
hedgehog 100
11/11/2021
10:48
"World leaders in Autonomous Cyber AI Darktrace AI interrupts in-progress cyber-attacks in seconds, including ransomware, email phishing, and threats to cloud environments and critical infrastructure. ..." HTTP://www.darktrace.com/en/ DARK's software can interrupt a cyber attack in seconds, but in that time a lot of damage can already have been done. Osirium's PAM though can stop a cyber attack occurring in the first place. And moreover, PAM is increasingly being regarded as a necessity: "What is Privileged Access Management? ... Good PAM is not optional. Every organization is subject to regulation, such as GDPR, PCI DSS or Sarbanes-Oxley. They often need to implement best practices such as Cyber Essentials or ISO 27001 to improve customer service and reduce risk. Every one of those standards has a requirement to manage privileged access. Osirium has several whitepapers to show how PAM is relevant to ISO270001, Cyber Essentials and Digital Security and Protection in the NHS. For all these reasons, PAM is not an optional purchase. The decision for the company is how to acquire and implement the best PAM for their organization in the most cost-effective and business-enhancing manner possible. ... Privileged access represents a significant security risk for every organization, and privileged access management (PAM) is a discipline that must be considered a core part of every security program.” – Gartner, “Buyers’ Guide for Privileged Access Management”" ‍HTTP://www.osirium.com/resources/privileged-access-management
hedgehog 100
11/11/2021
10:13
"Could Darktrace shares rapidly rebound after today's 5% drop? As the AI cybersecurity firm’s 180-day lock-up period ends, one of its largest shareholders, Deep Defence, has sold a third of its holdings totalling 11 million shares. And there could be more to follow. Charles Archer | Financial Writer, London | Publication date: Wednesday 03 November 2021 14:20 Darktrace (LON: DARK) shares have been volatile since the company’s IPO on 30 April. Originally offered at 250p each, strong investor demand saw the Darktrace share price surge 294% to a high of 985p by 23 September. But over the past fortnight, Darktrace shares have fallen by more than a third to 600p today. The company’s current £4.2 billion market cap means that it’s still worth more than double its initial IPO price. However, with the lock-up period now concluded, there might be further falls to come. Darktrace investors It’s not just the end of the lock-up period that’s hurt the Darktrace share price. On 25 October, an analyst note entitled ‘Reality Check’ from Peel Hunt said that there was a ‘disconnect between the valuation and the ultimate retail opportunity’ of the company. Worryingly, it said that some customers of the AI cybersecurity firm had described its technology as ‘snake oil.’ It downgraded Darktrace to a sell position and gave it a target price of 473p. Coming just two days before entering the FTSE 100, the note kickstarted a rapid share price decline. ..." HTTP://www.ig.com/uk/news-and-trade-ideas/could-darktrace-shares-rapidly-rebound-after-today-s-5--drop--211103 "How long does a computer virus takes to infect a computer? 20th November 2017 ... • Ransomware, for instance, will start encrypting files within seconds of downloading onto your computer. A test carried out on different types of ransomware revealed that 1,000 Word documents were encrypted from between 18 seconds to 16 minutes. ... • A virus can also be downloaded via an email attachment and it may start working immediately shutting down your computer. ..." HTTP://www.blu-gates.co.uk/hello-world/
hedgehog 100
11/11/2021
08:21
Webinar: Reducing IT Risk and Effort with AD Automation (ITHealth and Osirium) hTTps://www.osirium.com/news/webinar-reducing-it-risk-and-effort-with-ad-automation might watch if get chance - 2nd Dec.
1happydays
10/11/2021
18:34
"McAfee's $14B+ takeover notches largest public-to-private deal this year By Ryan Prete November 8, 2021 An investor group including Advent International has agreed to take security software company McAfee private for over $14 billion, accounting for the largest public-to-private transaction this year. ..." HTTP://pitchbook.com/news/articles/mcafees-14b-takeover-largest-public-to-private-deals-2021
hedgehog 100
08/11/2021
12:10
Very significant news today about OSI's international expansion success. The company is clearly going global. And this clearly highlights the strength of OSI's offering, and its filling of a market need. OSI won its first customer in North America in 2018: 08/05/2019 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Osirium Technologies PLC Final Results LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc " ... -- Strong lead generation and presence at major industry events - first customer win in North America ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/osirium-technologies-OSI/share-news/Osirium-Technologies-PLC-Final-Results/79857494 And interestingly, in February OSI registered a new patent in the USA ... which bodes well for its continued expansion into America: 01/02/2021 07:00 RNS Non-Regulatory Osirium Technologies PLC New Patent Granted LSE:OSI Osirium Technologies Plc "Osirium Technologies plc (AIM: OSI.L), a leading vendor of cloud-based cybersecurity software, is pleased to announce it has been granted a new patent in the field of authentication services by the US Patent and Trade Mark office. ... The patent builds on Osirium's track record of innovation in privileged access, including a series of patents previously granted for credential management. David Guyatt, Chief Executive Officer, commented : "Our continuing commitment to innovation has been a key factor in our success over the years. Our customers value it as it gives them new ways to address increasing security challenges, and our partners look for it, as it gives them compelling competitive differentiators."" https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/osirium-technologies-OSI/share-news/Osirium-Technologies-PLC-New-Patent-Granted/84209901
hedgehog 100
08/11/2021
10:37
08/11/2021 07:00 RNSNON Osirium Technologies PLC Channel Partner and Marketing Update Growth in channel partners and geographies Osirium Technologies plc (AIM: OSI), a leading vendor of cloud-based cybersecurity software, today provides an update on its channel partner network and digital marketing strategy. The Group is pleased to announce contract wins in new territories including its first deals in the Netherlands, Ireland and Singapore, achieved through Osirium's channel partner network. These contracts underline the Group's 'land and expand' strategy which focuses on increasing contract values and device numbers following initial engagement. Osirium now has over 30 active partners across the UK and internationally, with a growing interest in new geographies including North America and South Asia. As a result, management expects the number of sales generated through these channels will increase in line with the growth in awareness of, and demand for, Privileged Access Security. With a reduction in the number of large trade shows typically seen before the pandemic, Osirium's pivot to digital marketing and virtual events has increased in traction and continues to drive new business in conjunction with its indirect sales arm. The Group is pleased to report it reached the total number of leads generated in 2020 by the end of September 2021 and has stepped up the automation of information campaigns via email. With a strengthening sales channel domestically and internationally, along with continued new business momentum in line with the Group's strategy, the Board remain confident in the Osirium's growth prospects. David Guyatt, CEO of Osirium, commented: "The indirect sales arm facilitated by our channel partner network represents a core element of our strategy, enabling us to access a wide range of geographies and scale further. Alongside this, our digital marketing strategy continues to accelerate and generate new leads. Importantly, our 'land and expand' strategy facilitates increased engagement with these new customers and provides the solid foundations for significant contracts." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/osirium-technologies-OSI/share-news/Osirium-Technologies-PLC-Channel-Partner-and-Marke/86484494
hedgehog 100
07/11/2021
12:29
Thanks to Draft on the LSE OSI board for flagging up this useful article yesterday: "Soaring cost of cyber protection lifts commercial insurers Beazley and Hiscox report further rises for cover to counter threat of ransomware attacks Ian Smith, Insurance Correspondent NOVEMBER 5 2021 ... While the growth rate in many lines of business is slowing, cyber is bucking the trend. Cyber insurance prices nearly doubled year on year in the US during the period, and rose 73 per cent in the UK. ... There has been a flurry of corrective actions by traditional insurers this year to try and cap their cyber exposure following a wave of ransomware attacks that has driven up both the frequency and severity of claims. Some have introduced limits on coverage, or demanded that clients have basic security measures in place before they can be offered a policy. ..." https://www.ft.com/content/4bc1cfe3-2c8e-4086-92a1-ccf1d497aaa9
hedgehog 100
06/11/2021
19:29
"Help Net Security November 3, 2021 Ransomware attacks increased 148% in Q3 2021, showing no sign of slowing SonicWall recorded a 148% increase in global ransomware attacks through the third quarter (Q3) of 2021. With 470 million ransomware attacks logged by the company this year to date, 2021 will be the most costly and dangerous year on record. ... “As we see it, ransomware is on a nearly unimaginable upward trend, which poses a major risk to businesses, service providers, governments and everyday citizens,” said SonicWall President and CEO Bill Conner. “The real-world damage caused by these attacks is beyond anecdotal at this point. It’s a serious national and global problem that has already taken a toll on businesses and governments everywhere. I’m hopeful that the recent global ransomware summit is the next step toward a greater response at global, national and state levels.” Ransomware rise not slowing in Q3 2021 2021 has been the most active year for ransomware on record — and is showing no sign of slowing. After posting a groundbreaking high in June (78.4 million), these malicious attacks continue to see aggressive growth in Q3. ... “While the world has been attempting to return to normal in a stop-and-go fashion, cybercriminals have never let up, driving ransomware campaigns to record numbers through the first three quarters of 2021,” said Conner. “These criminal organizations will continue to launch highly sophisticated cyberattacks that are designed to target organizations and business with weak or lax security controls.” ... “As long as organizations continue to overlook or fail to implement cybersecurity best practices to reduce their attack surface, ransomware groups will only increase investments in time, resources and money for launching campaigns that result in massive payouts,” said Ayrapetov." HTTP://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2021/11/03/ransomware-attacks-q3-2021/
hedgehog 100
05/11/2021
10:53
"NEXT COURSE DATES 17th & 18th November 2021 19th & 20th January 2022 16th & 17th February 2022 23rd & 24th March 2022 27th & 28th April 2022 18th & 19th May 2022" HTTP://www.osirium.com/courses/osirium-pam-administrator-course Thanks H.D. The fact that the courses are running every month suggests a very healthy level of interest - & of sales. And you would think there would also be a very healthy level of takeover interest in OSI, at its current depressed share price of just 19p. Sometimes when a company has been relatively quiet, as OSI has been recently re. RNSes & tweeting, that can be a sign of a takeover approach. But either way, the company is looking well undervalued at its current level, and with an extremely bright future.
hedgehog 100
05/11/2021
07:38
Osirium running some courses for System Administrators, System Engineer and DevOps who will be responsible for managing the day to day running of Osirium PAM components and providing users with privileged access to devices. Good break down of the Osiruim PAM product when you look at the syllabus. hTTps://www.osirium.com/courses/osirium-pam-administrator-course
1happydays
30/10/2021
19:23
20/10/2021 07:00 UKREG ActiveOps PLC Trading Update and Notice of Results "ActiveOps plc (AIM: AOM), a leading provider of Management Process Automation (MPA) software for running complex and global back-offices, is pleased to provide an update on trading for the six months ended 30 September 2021. The Group has delivered a strong performance in the first half of the year, evidencing the continued success of its Land and Expand growth strategy. The Group expects to report revenue growth of approximately 22% (H1 FY21: GBP9.4m), in line with Board expectations, and a stronger than expected profit performance, of approximately breakeven at the adjusted EBITDA level, reflecting reduced travel costs as a result of the pandemic and the timing of the increased investment in staffing. The Group has exited the period with an Annual Recurring Revenue of GBP19.8m (FY21: GBP18.3m, Sept 20, GBP17.1m). ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/activeops-AOM/share-news/ActiveOps-PLC-Trading-Update-and-Notice-of-Results/86323006 It's encouraging to see that AOM, which like OSI provides automation software, and which like OSI has a 'land and expand' growth strategy', has had a good six months to the end of September. AOM has a current market cap. of £128.38 million, at 180p. "What is Osirium Automation? Osirium Automation is a unique solution for automating IT and business processes that traditionally require expert skills. ‍ Its flexibility comes from the open, secure Privileged Process Automation (PPA) framework to automate workflows across systems via API, REST, SSH, or command lines. ‍ By hiding the complexity and need for specialist technical knowledge, processes can now be securely delegated and accelerated. Faster. Cheaper. More secure." HTTP://www.osirium.com/products/osirium-automation
hedgehog 100
30/10/2021
11:05
Cybersecurity has gained even more impetus since the pandemic - "Wednesday 27 October 2021 7:20 am Softline to launch $1.5bn London IPO amid cybersecurity frenzy ... When businesses went virtual amid a raft of Covid-19 restrictions worldwide, many realised their cybersecurity was not where it needed to be to handle the transition – which has pushed many to upgrade their digital defences." HTTP://www.cityam.com/softline-to-launch-1-5bn-london-ipo-amid-cybersecurity-frenzy/ And OSI is ideally placed to benefit from this.
hedgehog 100
29/10/2021
15:47
"29 OCTOBER 2021 MSPs and Ransomware - the weakest link Mark Warren The Risk of Supply Chain Ransomware It's an old proverb, but "a chain is as strong as its weakest link" still holds very true, especially when considering the possible ways an attacker can infect an organisation. Quite rightly, much attention has been paid to the risks of unwitting staff being the victims of increasingly complex phishing attacks. It's too easy to dupe someone to click an unsafe link or install an infected piece of software. There are many ways to defend against that weakness, including better training and software the limits the risk of installing malware. MSPs are a prime target But an increasingly rich vein of attack opportunities is the IT supply chain. That's a wide-ranging and complex set of potential attack vectors. For example, it may include the organisation's HR system supplier, the managers of their air conditioning, the host of their web server, and hundreds of other suppliers and partners involved in a modern business. For good business reasons, it's attractive to let external partners provide these specialists systems and services, so it's a fast-growing pattern for most IT teams to outsource systems that used to run on-premises. But, that growing dependency is also increasing the risk of attack. Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are a rich target for attackers. It's just a question of economics: if they can infect one MSP, then all that MSP's customers become victims of the attack without more effort. Attacks via an MSP isn't a theoretical risk; here's a recent example of how the group behind the Solarwinds attack are shifting their focus towards MSPs. "This recent activity is another indicator that Russia is trying to gain long-term, systematic access to a variety of points in the technology supply chain and [to] establish a mechanism for surveilling -- now or in the future -- targets of interest to the Russian government" - Microsoft. Recently, Andy Harris wrote about this risk of the "buffalo jump" waterfall effect of an attack on an MSP. How Prepared are IT Teams? To understand the situation better, Osirium commissioned independent research to gather data which you can download in this free executive summary: "The Ransomware Index - Supplier Risk." The research shows that IT teams understand the risks to some degree but aren't yet doing enough to formalise their suppliers' protection requirements. Encouragingly, some fundamental protection can make a big difference. Crucially, access to the MSP's systems needs protection using access management. Privileged Access Management (PAM) ensures only the right people have access to those systems such as client management systems, remote access servers, databases and much more. You can find out how here. ‍For MSPs, the research shows that ransomware protection is a hot topic for their clients, so they should take more action to improve that service. It can also be a competitive differentiation in a fast-growing market. If you'd like to know more, please get in touch. The first part of the Ransomware Index focused on protecting backups to minimise damage from an attack and be ready to recover when an attack happens. That report is still available here." HTTP://www.osirium.com/blog/msps-and-ransomware-the-weakest-link
hedgehog 100
28/10/2021
15:54
Passwords are a risk area for ransomware attacks - "Cybersecurity Hackers Breached Colonial Pipeline Using Compromised Password By William Turton and Kartikay Mehrotra 4 June 2021, 20:58 BST" https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-06-04/hackers-breached-colonial-pipeline-using-compromised-password And Osirium’s privileged access management solution, Osirium PAM, can help - "23 OCTOBER 2015 Separating people from passwords Andy Harris ... Rigorous passwords policies are creating the exact opposite of their intended outcome ... The solution: separate people from passwords Having read the above, you may be thinking you can’t trust your staff with passwords at all, but the vast majority of your users will use online banking. You can be sure that where their own money is concerned they chose strong passwords. The banking systems do not ask for password changes every 30 days, yet historically, banking systems have proven secure. Online banking authentications systems use a second factor of authentication. The key point here is that banking systems seek to prove identity. Identity is the real key to security. In the corporate world, we really need to know who did what, where and when. Identity is the real key to security. In the corporate world, we really need to know who did what, where and when. Osirium’s privileged access management solution, Osirium PAM, works on the principle of separating people from passwords. Users still keep their personal passwords, and identity can be enhanced by two-factor authentication. Profiles then map identities into specific roles on specific devices, applications or systems. This means that your users can reach the systems that they need to, but they can get no further. Now users cannot use a connection to one system to jump to another. Using this approach creates real accountability. Whereas before you could have a situation where a team of people could all use a shared password to systems, now you have identities having sessions on systems. This provides businesses with the ability to know who did what, and when, meaning there’s nowhere to hide wrongdoings. This simple approach to managing privileged accounts provides a wealth of security and significantly reduces your companies attack surface, by taking the passwords you want to protect most out of the hands of your staff. If you’d like to find out more about the PxM Platform, Contact us." HTTP://www.osirium.com/blog/separating-people-passwords And interestingly, a US startup that's also addressing the password risk threat was this summer valued at billions of dollars - "Transmit Security raises $543M Series A to kill off the password Carly Page@carlypage_ / 11:00 AM GMT+1•June 22, 2021 Transmit Security, a Boston-based startup that’s on a mission to rid the world of passwords, has raised a massive $543 million in Series A funding. The funding round, said to be the largest Series A investment in cybersecurity history and one of the highest valuations for a bootstrapped company, was led by Insight Partners and General Atlantic, with additional investment from Cyberstarts, Geodesic, SYN Ventures, Vintage and Artisanal Ventures. Transmit Security said it has a pre-money valuation of $2.2 billion, and will use the new funds to expand its reach and investing in key global areas to grow the organization. Ultimately, however, the funding round will help the company to accelerate its mission to help the world go passwordless. Organizations lose millions of dollars every year due to “inherently unsafe” password-based authentication, according to the startup; not only do weak passwords account for more than 80% of all data breaches, but the average help desk labor cost to reset a single password stands at more than $70. ..." HTTP://techcrunch.com/2021/06/22/transmit-security-raises-543m-series-a-to-kill-off-the-password/?guccounter=1
hedgehog 100
28/10/2021
12:58
Chancellor Rishi Sunak's Budget yesterday awarded £2.1 billion for NHS technology upgrades, including improving cybersecurity. It was a budget for a "post-COVID economy", buoyed by a stronger than expected economic recovery, and with a focus on the public sector. All good news for OSI. There was also an extra £750 million to improve government cybersecurity. "Government commits millions to security investment Spending Review adds more than £750m of funding to improve cyber security resilience across government By Alex Scroxton, Security Editor Published: 27 Oct 2021 14:47 Westminster has committed to ploughing millions of pounds into cyber security in government in the shape of investments in the National Cyber Security Programme and in central and local government bodies, as the UK’s public sector comes under high and sustained volumes of cyber attacks. The sums announced today in the 2021 Spending Review and Autumn Budget total over £750m and form part of a total investment of £2.6bn in cyber and legacy IT during the period of the Spending Review – most of which will be spent on improving the government’s own cyber security. It comes on top of already-agreed funding for the National Cyber Force, which is currently being stood up. Prominently, the Spending Review provides for a £114m increase in the UK’s National Cyber Security Programme, which the government says will enable the UK to adapt, innovate and invest to maintain and extend its competitive edge as a “responsible, democratic” cyber power on the world stage. It comes ahead of the next iteration of the National Cyber Security Strategy, which is expected soon. ..." HTTP://www.computerweekly.com/news/252508704/Government-commits-millions-to-security-investment
hedgehog 100
23/10/2021
18:25
From yesterday's closing list - "LSE % Gainers Top Lists EPIC Name % IRON Ironveld +52% STAR Starcom +32%" Thanks H.D. - well done to you too on IRON. IRON & STAR both illustrate the declining art of patient value investing. Do you research, identify an undervalued share, and if your original reasons for investing are still valid, stick with it. With both IRON and STAR I was sitting on significant paper losses of thousands at one point, but they've both now turned into even larger paper gains. But it tends to take news, which both IRON & STAR RNSed yesterday. OSI is due some ... maybe it is saving it up!
hedgehog 100
23/10/2021
14:53
Congrats hedge mate, also in IRON. Had been in out of STAR but missed the rise this time. Hopefully tiddlers in comparison to here though when it finally starts getting some traction.
1happydays
22/10/2021
10:25
"LSE % Gainers Top Lists EPIC Name % IRON Ironveld +35% STAR Starcom +24%" A lovely day for me today: two of my largest holdings at numbers one and two on the top risers list. Come on OSI, it's your turn next!
hedgehog 100
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