NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- With hacking and cybersecurity making headlines, Jim Cramer recommended a few cyber security stocks for investors, including Palo Alto Networks (PANW), Fortinet (FTNT), FireEye (FEYE) and Cyberark Software  (CYBR).

Of that group, Fortinet is his favorite.

Jim also said if you want to think longer term, a stock with a bad chart but a good 3% yield is Cisco (CSCO), which Jim said he thinks is doing the best work in the cyber security space.

Jim was asked if FireEye can return to the $100 level. He doesn't think it can but says the stock can easily go to $60 or $65 a share.

On Friday, the U.S. government said the personal data of millions of federal employees was compromised in a security breach. In other topics, Jim was asked whether to buy, hold or sell stock of Verifone (PAY) which recently reported earnings.

Jim responded "nothing like buying at the top, come on!"

He said investors should buy the stock at $36.

Jim also said he doesn't see a buying opportunity in the stock of Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG), which has fallen recently.

Jim says "you put the stock away" and that he thinks the management team at Chipotle is brilliant. He said there's an opportunity to buy some stock before they report, as well as afterwards.

Jim was also asked about bio pharmaceutical company Medivation (MDVN) and commented that the company is too concentrated and that he is looking for companies with more "irons in the fire," and Receptos (RCPT) is his play.

Jim was asked if Alibaba (BABA) is poised to break out, and he said to play it with Yahoo (YHOO), which he says has so much opportunity. He said if you play it with Alibaba you are taking too much risk. Jim Cramer answers your Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange throughout the week.

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