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Share Price Information for Corero Network (CNS)


Share Price: 13.50Bid: 12.50Ask: 14.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Corero Network
Spread: 2.00Spread as %: 16.00%Open: 13.50High: 13.50Low: 13.50Yesterday’s Close: 13.50
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Corero Network Security Plc Ord 1P

Corero Network is listed in the FTSE AIM All-Share
Corero Network is part of the Software & Computer Services sector






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13.50

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12.50

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14.50

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28,500

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13.50

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13.50

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13.50

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13.50

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GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 115.64m £15.61m 5,000

52 Week High 24.50 52 Week High Date 9-JUL-2014
52 Week Low 11.00 52 Week Low Date 5-FEB-2015

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
1 0 28,500 -1.827 -7.39 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

03-Jul-15
10:32:34
13.90
28,500
Buy* 
12.50
14.50
3,962
Trade Type:
Ordinary

02-Jul-15
09:23:18
12.5001
15
Sell* 
12.50
14.50
1.88
Trade Type:
Ordinary

02-Jul-15
09:13:23
12.50
15
Sell* 
12.50
14.50
1.88
Trade Type:
Ordinary


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Corero Network (CNS)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
20-Nov-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Corero Network Security
Jens P Montanana held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Corero Network Security at the time of this trade.
 Jens P Montanana
15GBX11,746,66745690354
20-Nov-14Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Corero Network Security
Andrew Douglas Miller held the position of COO at Corero Network Security at the time of this trade.
 Andrew Douglas Miller
00723255
20-Nov-14Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Corero Network Security
Richard Last held the position of Non-Executive Director at Corero Network Security at the time of this trade.
 Richard Last
001066667
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Sat 10:11
affc21
Trading Update soon...
13.50
No Opinion

Just a reminder, It would seem CNS are due a Trading Update within the next two weeks (when you look at the past Trading Updates from the RNS calender over the last two years). Will make for interesting reading and with any luck any good news will clear out the overhang from Blackrock who it would seem had less than 810,000 shares (less than1%) left to off load at 31 March 2015 (See a previous post).
28 Jun '15
affc21
Ddos Mitigation market potential
13.75
No Opinion

Clearly Corero are in the a high growth market with their Ddos mitigation product and service offerings to Hosting providers, with Ddos attacks doubling in first quarter 2015 compared to first quarter 2014. So to counter the increasing trend in Ddos attacks Hosting Providers are going to be forced to respond with some form of Ddos protection, which should be to the benefit of Ddos mitigation companies like Corero. It's worth repeating (from previous article): "The gaming sector continues to lead all other industries as targets for DDoS attacks. This doesn't mean that other industries aren't vulnerable; just less so than gaming companies. However, all companies should keep in mind that gaming businesses often host their applications with the same hosting companies as many other types of businesses. This makes everyone vulnerable if the hosting provider isn't adequately prepared to fend off an attack".
27 Jun '15
affc21
DDoS attacks doubled - part 2
13.75
No Opinion

continued from last post: As for the source countries of the attacks, they also vary from quarter to quarter. In Q1 2015, China led the way, whereas the Unites States took top honors in Q4 2014. Other countries that frequently turn up in the "top ten" offenders list include Russia, Korea, India, Turkey and Germany. For companies that do not do a lot of international business, knowing the source countries of a majority of attacks provides an opportunity to use Geo-IP filtering to stop all traffic from a particular country. For example, if a company does not do any business at all with entities in China, then why not simply block all traffic coming from that country? That would block not only a lot of DDoS attack traffic but a good bit of spam and phishing traffic as well. Clearly, the state of Internet security is growing worse as time goes by. Businesses that want to sustain their ability to stay online in the face of attacks will do something about it, and that starts with a solid DDoS defense strategy. http://ddosprotectionblog.corero.com/blog/654-the-state-of-internet-security-is-getting-worse-according-to-akamai.html
27 Jun '15
affc21
DDoS attacks doubled - year to date
13.75
No Opinion

The State of Internet Security is Getting Worse, According to Akamai By Linda Musthaler | June 23, 2015 Akamai is out with its State of Internet Security report for the first quarter of 2015. This report is based on actual, observed traffic as opposed to being the result of user surveys, making it a good record of recent security conditions. The report opens with a very troubling statistic: the number of DDoS attacks recorded in the first quarter of this year is more than double what was recorded during the same quarter of 2014. There was a 35 percent increase in attacks from the fourth quarter of 2014. This trend does not bode well for organizations that don't have a DDoS protection strategy. The report brings other interesting data to light. For example, the typical profile of observed attacks has changed greatly in a year. In 2014, it was all about the high bandwidth attacks that lasted only a short time. At that time we were reporting attacks that peaked at 200 or 300 gigabits per second (Gbps) or more and 50 million packets per second (mpps). Attackers have backed off that massive size trend and now the typical attack profile is low bandwidth, long duration. Akamai reports that the typical DDoS attack in Q1 2015 lasted 24 hours or more, which is much more damaging in terms of taking a business out of commission for a longer time. The gaming sector continues to lead all other industries as targets for DDoS attacks. This doesn't mean that other industries aren't vulnerable; just less so than gaming companies. However, all companies should keep in mind that gaming businesses often host their applications with the same hosting companies as many other types of businesses. This makes everyone vulnerable if the hosting provider isn't adequately prepared to fend off an attack. The observed DDoS attack vectors continue to fluctuate from one quarter to the next. Akamai reports that SDDP attacks represented the top overall infrastructure based attack in Q1 2015, whereas SYN floods took that "honor" in Q4 2014. At other times, DNS reflection and UDP floods have been the lead vectors. Infrastructure-based attacks have represented the bulk of the attacks over the past year., with application layer attacks holding steady at about 10 percent of overall attacks. Regardless of the attack vectors, we note that attackers are resourceful. They shift their methods often to avoid defenses and to take advantage of different vulnerabilities and the availability of different compromised resources, such as home routers. Therefore targeted companies need an anti-DDoS solution that can defend against a variety of types of attacks, especially when an attack uses multiple vectors at once. As for the source countries of the attacks, they also vary from quarter to quarter. In Q1 2015, China led the way, whereas the Unites States took top honors in Q4 2014. Other countries that frequently turn up in the "top ten" offenders
24 Jun '15
affc21
Hivelocity
13.75
No Opinion

June 18, 2015 Hivelocity Introduces Enterprise DDoS Protection Services http://www.corero.com/company/newsroom/press-releases/hivelocity-introduces-enterprise-ddos-protection-services-/ It reads like a recent contract win, but I am guessing its not large enough to warrant a RNS.
20 Jun '15
affc21
Upcoming Trading Update
13.75
No Opinion

Looking at last two year's RNS releases for Corero, there has been a Trading Update in mid July. Hence reckon we are due a Trading update in approx 4 weeks time in mid July. Will make for interesting reading and with any luck any good news will clear out the overhang from Blackrock who it would seem had less than 810,000 shares (less than1%) left to off load at 31 March 2015 (See a previous post).

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