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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 24.50 400 08:00:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
22.00 27.00 26.50 24.50 24.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1.17 -3.45 19.00 1.3 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:00:07 UT 400 26.00 GBX

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Osirium Technologies Daily Update: Osirium Technologies Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OSI. The last closing price for Osirium Technologies was 24.50p.
Osirium Technologies Plc has a 4 week average price of 19.80p and a 12 week average price of 17.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 39p while the 1 year low share price is currently 16.50p.
There are currently 19,495,655 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 41,024 shares. The market capitalisation of Osirium Technologies Plc is £4,776,435.48.
euclid5: If it's just based on 5 yrs, plenty of growth in that time for PAM system - 5 years is plenty of time in the IT business world. If it was 1 0r 2 that's a different story Have to check to see the latest broker report on OSI Thanks for the reply
18bt: Euclid, the debate is probably about where technology will go and whether OSI has a continuing market c5 years hence. A lot of businesses are currently years behind in their adoption of priviledged access controls. Personally I think it highly unlikely that they will leapfrog current best practice and move their systems to where NotK thinks they should be. So IMHO there is a good 5 years of growth and after that it is much more difficult to see. But a 5 year horizon is OK for me.
euclid5: A very good technical debate / discussion here. So NotK doesn't think the OSI PAM system is in a growth market area and Albert A belives it is. I am not clused up with you gutes on this level. so can't add much here. Are there any reports on their system we can download to see if they are in a large growth market, i.e. Deloitte / PWC reports
albert arthur: How? It's growing and growing and being more regulated.Working in Financial services on Linux machines, this is something being enforced by regulation, something required. Sysadmins will not vanish... neither will local, or cloud based access. Cyberark are similar. Listed on the NASDAQ, and have a cap of 4b over. OSI cap is 3.2m 1250 times higher. Also OSI are much more than PAM.Good thing about OSI is they have 100% renewals, also stealing customers and winning against competitors. Increasing revenue.
euclid5: They have a very high cash burn, which keeps the lid on the price moving up - which ever way you cut the mustard, it sems they may need to raise further funding They have over £4.5m admin expenses - pretty high £2.3m Conv Loan Notes "Nonetheless, at the time of writing, we cannot ignore the increasing impact on our business of the Coronavirus pandemic. To the best of our ability we have factored this into our planning. The safety and health of our employees, partners and customers is paramount, and we have taken decisive steps to move fully to remote working, with an online engineering, sales, marketing and support model for engaging with our customers. The Board remains cautious and vigilant in the very short-term as the full impact of COVID-19 on the general economy is not yet known, however we have contingency plans in place and factored these into our planning and are limiting the cash outflows out of the business as best as we can" Https://
craffert: if they had £3mn left at 31 March and they burn £1mn pere month they will need to get a placing done long before June ... the price action suggests that the cap is being handed out to the brokers so the only questions are how much, and at what discount
skyracer: Yes there seems to be a potential problem here. They haven't made it close enough to breakeven. With cashburn of £1m per 3 months and cash at 31st March of £2.9m, any deferring of revenue due to Covid will bring forward the need for a placing at a price, I suspect, well below the last one at 35p. Perhaps not until June however.
jotoha2: Looking at last results they are loosing around £1.7million every 6 months , so a massive step change required or else this will be a penny share in no time , major holders are in a right pickle here , company not growing quick enough , they will be gone within 2 years unless they can grow dramatically !
18bt: Well the only good thing about the fund raising is that it is at a small premium to the closing price on Friday, but they had clearly been warming up placees since mid Sept, so a 37.5% discount to the 56p or so at which it traded prior to insiders depressing the share price. Should trigger another investigation, but it won't or they won't find anything.
maywillow: MIDAS SHARE TIPS: If you want feelgood profits try Osirium - the firm that helps save hospitals from hack attacks By Joanne Hart for The Mail on Sunday Published: 22:59 BST, 20 October 2018 | Updated: 22:59 BST, 20 October 2018 e-mail View comments Last week, the National Cyber Security Centre warned that the UK faces a major, life-threatening cyber-attack in the near future. A Government agency, the Centre advises companies on how to avoid security threats. It has handled more than 500 cases in the past 12 months alone and the numbers are growing by the week. The stakes are high. When TalkTalk suffered a data breach, it cost more than £40million and customers were furious. British Airways has yet to reveal the cost of its cyber-attack last month but it could run into hundreds of millions of pounds, let alone the reputational damage that the company has suffered. Osirium aims to prevent these types of attacks. The company is relatively small but it is a market leader in its field and growing fast. The shares, at 124p, should follow suit. Osirium specialises in so-called ‘privileged access management’ – in essence, preventing hackers from accessing the accounts of people who administer software systems. Life support: Cyber criminals threaten the NHS +1 Life support: Cyber criminals threaten the NHS Most individuals – customers, employees, even board directors – only have access to their own online information. ‘Privileged account’ holders have access to hordes of information. They invariably work in an organisation’s IT department and their computers include data on customers’ bank accounts, patients’ records, sensitive employee details or confidential information about defence and security. For sophisticated cyber-criminals, these accounts are like the Holy Grail, allowing them to steal vast quantities of information in a single hit. As a result, over 80 per cent of cyber-attacks concern privileged accounts.
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