RDWR is more of a speculative investment than is AKAM, but with the price-per-share having come down from the 52-week high of $40.83 on May 16, it is becoming a more attractive choice for accumulating. The company reports its next quarterly earnings results on Oct. 30.
By the way,
just today that "...cloud service provider
has deployed Radware's Attack Mitigation System (AMS) to help protect Brinkster's customers worldwide against the new generation of sophisticated, multi-vectored cyber attacks."
This press release explained more of Radware's importance to the cyber-security industry: "Radware's Attack Mitigation System is the leading perimeter protection solution for safeguarding businesses against an increasingly complex landscape of multi-vector availability-based threats, - including zero-day attacks that would defeat traditional intrusion prevention technologies," said Nathaniel Kemberling, Brinkster's CTO.
"The Radware system mitigates both known and new forms of attack while allowing legitimate business traffic to be handled as normal, so the business continuity of our hosted cloud customers is preserved even while under attack. Brinkster customers can be assured that their cloud-hosted data and their businesses that depend on it are secure and available." Keep RDWR on your speculative "radar screen."
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