Monday, 9 November 2015

FireEye Gives Cyber Treaty With China Debt Losses

The American security firm FireEye lost last week a quarter of the market capitalization, which according to the company is partly due to the cyber treaty between the United States and China. Both countries have recently committed themselves not to engage in industrial espionage.

This would 'threat landscape' have become smaller, which has come down in the demand for the products of FireEye.However, Wall Street analysts are skeptical, especially now that more and more companies choose to tighten their security, reports news agency Reuters. According to Eric Johnson's Owen School of Management at Vanderbilt University is therefore an excuse FireEye for more tactical and implementation problems. Also, competition from other parties would play tricks on the company.

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