Cybersecurity Earnings Season Filled With Catalysts (SWISF, ZS, CHKP, NET, RPD)

May 26 19:07 2022
Cybersecurity Earnings Season Filled With Catalysts (SWISF, ZS, CHKP, NET, RPD)
SWISF Leads List of Cybersecurity Stocks to Watch This Quarter

Cybersecurity stocks have been on investors’ radar since the Russian invasion of the Ukraine, with the concern being that cyberattacks could be expanded to Western targets after the U.S. and Europe put severe economic sanctions on Russia.

There are several catalysts on the near-term horizon which could bring more interest to cybersecurity stocks:

  1. Updated guidance from April-May earnings reports
  2. Belief among analysts that the 2022 Omnibus spending bill’s cyber bill provision could be significant for demand of security products as budgets expand and increase in priority to avoid having to disclose an incident or be subject to potential penalties for non-compliance.
  3. Companies combating ‘Log4j’ network vulnerability

Several companies in the sector have catalysts coming this week and warrant your immediate attention.

Sekur Private Data Ltd. (OTCMKTS: SWISF) just appeared on Fox Business News Monday May 23rd.  This has brought the company story in front of a new group of investors which could drive more liquidity in the stock.  

Investors will be happy to see highlights from his latest filing (2021 FY).

  • $6.976 million in cash up from $388K in 2020 (+1,697%)
  • $8.053 million in net assets, over 435k from 2020 (+1,751.26%)
  • Sales increased by over 5,600%
  • New subscriber signups increased by over 1,900%.

SWISF could be releasing earnings soon which would be a major catalyst.  Its revenue per subscriber has grown and its subscriber count could increase further with the coming launch of a new email security app on Android and iPhone this summer, CEO Alain Ghiai said, “We do expect to continue to see increases in subscriber rates over the coming months and years, especially as we market our new SekurMail email service and our new Sekur business plans for securing businesses’ emails and messaging communications globally.”

SWISF was able to oversubscribe its recent private placement which will give the company over $600,000 worth of proceeds will be used to market its new Sekur Mail app launch.    The terms of the PPM are extremely favorable to the company.  Each Unit consists of one common share priced at CA$0.35 per share, and one share purchase full warrant. Each Full Warrant will entitle the holder to purchase a Common share at a price of CA$0.70 per share for a two-year term.

The exercisable warrant price would represent triple digit returns for any investor purchasing shares at the current PPS.  Make sure to look into SWISF today.

Other cybersecurity stocks with earnings coming include: Zscaler (Nasdaq: ZS), Okta (Nasdaq: OKTA), SentinelOne (NYSE: S) and CrowdStrike Holdings (Nasdaq: CRWD).

The companies look to follow other large players in the industry that have jumped on impressive numbers most notably Palo Alto Networks (Nasdaq: PANW) and Fortinet (Nasdaq: FTNT).

Check Point Software Technologies (Nasdaq: CHKP), Rapid7 (Nasdaq: RPD), Cloudfare (Nasdaq: NET), and Ping Identity (Nasdaq: PING) did not fare as well, coming in below estimates.   

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