The cybersecurity industry has been booming over the past few years due to an increased need for companies to shield their businesses from data breaches, identity theft, and other cyber-attacks in the digital age. Because most companies have shifted their…
operations online and adopted various digital tools since the COVID-19 pandemic, the risk of cybercrime has grown dramatically.
As the Russia-Ukraine war intensifies, economists at Goldman Sachs have alerted Americans to the potential for Russian cyberattacks due to its intensifying standoff with the U.S. and its allies. The governments and major corporations in these countries are spending an increased amount on cybersecurity.
CRWD in Sunnyvale, Calif., offers cloud-delivered endpoint and cloud workload protection solutions in the U.S. and internationally. The company provides various cloud modules on its Falcon platform via an SaaS model that covers various security markets. CRWD sells subscriptions to its Falcon platform and cloud modules through its direct sales team.
On March 2, 2022, CRWD introduced a fully managed identity threat protection solution, powered by Falcon Complete, to provide identity threat prevention and IT policy enforcement with expert management. The product is expected to expand CRWD’s customer base and boost its revenues.
In its fiscal 2022 fourth quarter, ended Jan. 31, 2022, CRWD’s total revenue increased 62.7% year-over-year to $431.01 million. Its gross profit grew 60.6% year-over-year to $318.39 million.
The $440.75 million consensus revenue estimate for its fiscal 2023 first quarter, ending April 31, 2022, represents 45.5% year-over-year growth. And the $0.18 consensus EPS estimate for the current quarter represents a 78.2% year-over-year rise from the prior-year period. The company also has an impressive earnings surprise history; it surpassed the consensus EPS estimates in each of all the trailing four quarters.
CRWD stock has gained marginally in price over the past month. And among the 23 Wall Street analysts that rated CRWD, 22 rated it Buy, while one rated it Sell. The 12-month median price target of $264.00 indicates a 38.2% potential upside from yesterday’s crossing price of $191.02. The price targets range from a low of $212.00 to a high of $340.00.
OKTA in San Francisco provides an identity management platform in the U.S. and internationally. The company offers Okta Identity Cloud, Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication, Lifecycle Management, API Access Management, Advanced Server Access, Gateway Access, customer support, and professional services. It serves enterprises, small- and medium-sized businesses, universities, and government agencies.
On March 8, 2022, OKTA and Ingram Micro Inc. expanded their go-to-market relationship to more than 40 countries globally, including Europe and the Asia Pacific. This partnership might allow OKTA to access new markets and boost its business growth.
On Dec. 8, 2021, OKTA and Adaptive Shield, a leading SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) company, announced a tech integration to deliver an integrated solution for SaaS security, Identity and Access Management (IAM). The collaboration might boost the company’s profitability.
OKTA’s total revenue increased 63.2% year-over-year to $383.02 million in its fiscal 2022 fourth quarter, ended Jan.31, 2022. OKTA’s gross profit rose 51.8% year-over-year to $263.51 million.
Analysts expect OKTA’s revenue for its fiscal 2023 first quarter, ending April 31, 2022, to come in at $389.11 million, representing a 55% year-over-year increase.
OKTA stock has slumped 25.6% in price year-to-date. However…
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