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Killexams : Checkpoint Software Helps Cyber Security Stocks Bottom
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    Checkpoint Software had a better-than-expected quarter but gave light guidance. The company is still forecasting growth but earnings may take a hit. Analysts' support is helping to drive the stock higher. 5 stocks we like better than check point software technologies

While 2023 is not shaping up to be as strong as the analysts had initially hoped, results from checkpoint software (nasdaq:chkp) confirm news released by f-5 networks (nasdaq:ffiv) and cloudflare (nyse:net) : 2023 won't be as bad as it could have been.

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The takeaway from all this is that analysts have been hesitant to alter their long-term forecasts without the latest news from the underlying companies.

The news from the companies is that growth is still on the table, albeit at a slower pace than before. This means that there will be some revisions to the earnings outlook, but the market for these stocks is bottoming because the absolute worst was priced in, and that's not what we're looking at.

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Checkpoint Software Has Strong Quarter, Issues Light Guidance

Checkpoint Software ended 2022 on solid footing and is guiding the market for growth in 2023. The problem is that outlook for revenue, which is above the consensus, is offset by a weak EPS forecast that may keep the shares moving sideways over the next quarter or so. The Q4 results, on the other hand, were strong on the top and bottom lines and are underpinning the price action now.

The $638 million in revenue is up 7% YOY and driven by a 13% increase in subscription revenue coupled with a 10% increase in deferred revenue. The best news is that margins expanded versus last year, leaving the GAAP operating margin at 40% and the adjusted margin at 45%.

This produced $2.45 per share, up 9%, and outpaced the top line by 200 basis points. As for the guidance, the company expects to see revenue growth of 8% for calendar 2023, which matches the growth in 2022. The bad news is that adjusted EPS is expected to be near $7.40 versus the $8.13 consensus estimate, but the figures may not be directly comparable.

Checkpoint Software Increases Capital Returns

Checkpoint Software's cash flow and FCF were lower this quarter than last year, but this is due to 1-off factors, including acquisition costs and FX-hedging transactions that do little to impair the company's financial standing. The company has a leverage ratio below 1 and triple-digit coverage, so it is among the best-positioned tech companies from the balance sheet perspective.

The company does not pay a dividend but wants to repurchase shares and announced a new $2 billion authorization to keep it buying shares for at least the next 5 quarters. Under the plan, the company can buy $0.325 billion worth each quarter.

The share repurchase plan is only one tailwind supporting the stock price, and the analysts are another. The 21 analysts tracking the stock have it pegged at a firm Hold that has not budged in the last 12 months, but the price target has. It should be noted that sentiment is impacted by 2 recently initiated targets that come with Neutral ratings.

Without those, the bulk of recent activity is bullish and would have the consensus sentiment at a Moderate Buy otherwise. The price target implies only a 10% of upside for the stock, but it has been trending higher all year and may continue to do so in the near to short term as well.

The Technical Outlook: Checkpoint Is Bought On The Dip

The price action in Checkpoint Software fell back to support at the $125 level following the Q4 release, but this move has been used as a buying opportunity by the market. The stock price has been moving steadily since the open and crossed into positive territory less than 2 hours after the market opened.

If the stock can maintain this momentum and close at or near the highs of the day this stock will most likely move sideways within the established range. If not, the market may retest support at $125 and move even lower.

Other cybersecurity stocks like datadog (nasdaq:ddog) and palo alto networks (nasdaq:panw) will report later this week and month and may lend additional support to the entire complex.

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Killexams : New TSA checkpoint to open in Terminal 1 at Honolulu airport

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A new TSA checkpoint in Terminal 1 of the Daniel K. Inouye Airport is set to open next week.

The City said the new four-lane checkpoint will open Saturday, Feb. 18.

It’s located on the makai end of Terminal 1 in Lobby 3.

A blessing for the new checkpoint will be held Friday morning at 9 a.m.

The TSA pre-check area has now been relocated to the future site of the new checkpoint.

The old checkpoint will be decommissioned by Monday afternoon. Officials said it will become an exit only for anyone leaving the sanitized area of Terminal 1 and additional bathrooms will be constructed

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Killexams : Facial Recognition Comes to a TSA Checkpoint Near You

Facial recognition technology has come a long way in recent years, spurred in equal parts by convenience and the priorities of government snoops. Now, if you plan to go a long way via air travel, you can expect to be required to stare into a camera as a computer algorithm scans your features to make sure you're no imposter. The TSA is trying out facial recognition technology at airports as a means of ensuring that travelers are who they claim to be and speeding security lines. It's, maybe, an improvement for impatient travelers, but even more so for the never-satisfied security state.

"The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) at Denver International Airport (DEN) has deployed the next generation of Credential Authentication Technology (CAT) to verify the identity of travelers," the TSA announced last November. "First generation CAT units are designed to scan a traveler's photo identification, confirm the traveler's identity as well as their flight details. The new CAT units, referred to as CAT-2, have the same capabilities, but are also equipped with a camera that captures a real-time photo of the traveler."

The rollout began earlier, with the TSA exploring biometric technologies and then testing the use of facial recognition scanners at airports including LAX. By December 2022, The Washington Post's Geoffrey Fowler noted "the Transportation Security Administration has been quietly testing controversial facial recognition technology for passenger screening at 16 major domestic airports."

Theoretically, travelers can opt out in favor of regular ID checks. But anybody who flies much knows how well things often go when you stand on your rights with the TSA—it's a great way to end up in a back room. Just weeks after writing up the rollout, Fowler told PBS: "since my column came out, readers said they followed that, went up to the podium and got pushback" when they objected to the facial scan.

Among the reasons for objecting to facial recognition scans, reliability is often mentioned.

"Federal government algorithms from 2019 found people with Black or Asian ancestry could be up to 100 times less accurately identified than white men," Fowler pointed out to PBS.

But reliability can be improved as shortcomings are addressed. Just a few years ago, facial recognition often faltered when people masked their faces, such as (to little apparent public-health benefit) during the pandemic. "Even the best of the 89 commercial facial recognition algorithms tested had error rates between 5% and 50% in matching digitally applied face masks with photos of the same person without a mask," the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) found in 2020.

In new tests just months later, failure rates plunged as algorithms refocused on details of the eyes and nose that aren't covered by face masks. There's little reason to believe that algorithms can't be refined to distinguish people's identity through differences in facial features and skin color.

That said, highly reliable facial recognition only amplifies a lot of other concerns about the surveillance state. Improving Big Brother's competence just sticks us with a more robust Big Brother.

"Facial recognition is a dangerous and invasive surveillance technology that lacks federal safeguards and can too easily be expanded," the Electronic Privacy Information Center's Jeramie Scott objects. "TSA should end its facial recognition program as a step towards reeling back-in the use of facial recognition by the federal government. We must not sit idly by while the infrastructure for mass face surveillance is created."

"Identity-based domestic security programs condition our mobility to freely assemble, associate, speak, and exchange ideas upon the government's permission to do so," adds the Identity Project, which supports the right to travel without document requirements. "Demands on citizens to 'show their ID' have spread from airports to all major forms of long distance public transport."

Fundamentally, even if we take the TSA and other agencies at their word that they want to use facial recognition to identify travelers as seamlessly and accurately as possible, they still intend to identify travelers. The whole project is based on the premise that nobody should be able to anonymously go from place to place. But it wasn't so long ago that, so long as you paid your fare, you could largely travel where you pleased with minimal need to disclose your name.

"Airline travel in the early 1960s was still fairly carefree: If you had a ticket, you could board a plane," the Los Angeles Times observed in 2014.

"As a general rule, until 1941, U.S. citizens were not required to have a passport for travel abroad," reports the National Archives.

The assumption that you should have to prove your identity at all is quite a leap, before we get to discussions about technology, reliability, and records retention. There's probably little short-term chance of reviving the days of anonymous travel, but some lawmakers are raising civil libertarian concerns about the TSA's rush to embrace facial recognition.

"Countries like China and Russia use facial recognition technology to track their citizens," Rep. Jim Jordan (R–Ohio) objected in January. "Do you trust Joe Biden's TSA to use it as well?"

Members of the president's own party also oppose the scheme.

"Increasing biometric surveillance of Americans by the government represents a risk to civil liberties and privacy rights," Senators Ed Markey (D–Mass.), Jeff Merkley (D–Ore), Cory Booker (D–NJ), Elizabeth Warren (D–Mass.), and Bernie Sanders (I–Vt.) wrote last week to TSA Administrator David Pekoske. "Currently if a U.S. traveler shows up to one of the 16 airports testing this technology, they will be met with a facial identification scanner before they can proceed to their flight. Thousands of people daily are encountering a decision to travel or safeguard their privacy- a decision that threatens our democracy."

Incidentally, even if you think anonymous travel is best left in the past, it's not obvious what peril facial recognition is supposed to defeat. A 2021 U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) report revealed that its own earlier facial recognition test bagged few phonies out of tens of millions of scanned faces (23 million in fiscal year 2020 alone).

"Since the program's inception, in 2018, CBP officers at U.S. airports have successfully intercepted seven impostors who were denied admission to the United States and identified 285 imposters on arrival in the land pedestrian environment," the report boasted.

Facial recognition is an increasingly effective technology. But in government hands it's more effective at threatening our privacy and liberty than at offering any real benefit.

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Killexams : Sobriety checkpoint to be held in Hampden County

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – A sobriety checkpoint will be held in Hampden County to help prevent under the influence driving.

Colonel Christopher S. Mason, Superintendent of the Massachusetts State Police, states the checkpoint will be held somewhere in the county between this Friday and Saturday. Sobriety checkpoints are randomly done to help educate drivers and bring awareness to detecting a motorist driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.

State Police say the checkpoints will be done during various hours and the selection of vehicles will not be arbitrary. Signs will also inform drivers of an upcoming checkpoint to reduce fear and anxiety.

This sobriety checkpoint was funded through a grant by the Officer of Grants and Research of the Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security.

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Killexams : DUI checkpoint suspect: Running, hiding, throwing drugs, sheriff says

The night before New Year's Eve, police had someone flee a DUI checkpoint — and they gave chase.

According to a sheriff's release, it all happened about 9:30 at Hermitage and Long Meadow Road.

The car, dark in color, was nearing the checkpoint when it made what police claim was an "abrupt" left turn on Old Hermitage and went the other way. When a deputy followed, police claim the driver threw a bag of something white out of the car.

The deputy started a chase. The sheriff's office has been criticized in the past for its high-speed chases that have at times been pursued through busy areas without ending it.

This chase went into the City of Waynesboro and back into Augusta County on Rockfish Road, the police said. The cop lost the suspect, then another deputy joined the chase. The suspect hid their car in a driveway off of RockfishRoad, police said, "then backed the vehicle out of the driveway into the roadway blocking the lane of travel, attempting to go the opposite direction, thus causing the deputy to crash.

"The suspect vehicle fled the scene. Minutes later, the suspect vehicle was sighted in the Grottoes area. Deputies attempted to stop the vehicle using tire deflation devices that were not successful."

Police claim the suspect stopped on East Side near Patterson Mill Road, bailed out of the car and ran while throwing drugs on the ground — more than a pound of meth in total.

The suspect, Brandon M. Anderson, 43 of Staunton was arrested without incident.

Virginia State Police looked into the crash that involved the deputy. They charged Anderson with felonyhit & run, felony assault on an officer and multiple traffic violations.

The ACSO charged Anderson with felony eluding and possession with intent to distribute. Anderson is being held without bond at the jail.

The officer involved in the crash was taken to Augusta Health with minor injuries, treated andreleased.

This article originally appeared on Staunton News Leader: Running from a DUI checkpoint, suspect leads Va. cops on chase

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Killexams : Why Earnings Season Could Be Great for Check Point (CHKP)

Investors are always looking for stocks that are poised to beat at earnings season and Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. CHKP may be one such company. The firm has earnings coming up pretty soon, and events are shaping up quite nicely for their report.

That is because Check Point is seeing favorable earnings estimate revision activity as of late, which is generally a precursor to an earnings beat. After all, analysts raising estimates right before earnings — with the most up-to-date information possible — is a pretty good indicator of some favorable trends underneath the surface for CHKP in this report.

In fact, the Most Accurate Estimate for the current quarter is currently at $2.38 per share for CHKP, compared to a broader Zacks Consensus Estimate of $2.35 per share. This suggests that analysts have very recently bumped up their estimates for CHKP, giving the stock a Zacks Earnings ESP of +1.22% heading into earnings season.

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Given that CHKP has a Zacks Rank #3 and an ESP in positive territory, investors might want to consider this stock ahead of earnings. You can see the complete list of today’s Zacks #1 Rank (Strong Buy) stocks here.

Clearly, recent earnings estimate revisions suggest that good things are ahead for Check Point, and that a beat might be in the cards for the upcoming report.

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Killexams : Check Point Software Introduces Quantum SD-WAN to Protect Branch Offices Unifying Best Security and Optimized Internet Connectivity

NEW YORK, Feb. 13, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- CPX 360  Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. CHKP, a leading provider of cybersecurity solutions globally, has today introduced Check Point Quantum SD-WAN, a new software blade in the Check Point Quantum Gateways. Check Point Quantum SD-WAN combines the highest level of security with optimized network and internet connectivity to protect branch offices from fifth generation of cyberattacks.

In a traditional network architecture, all traffic is routed through the data center before reaching its intended destination in cloud, creating a bottleneck that can slow down performance. To Excellerate performance and reduce costs, enterprises are connecting branches directly to the cloud using Software-defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) technology. However, most existing SD-WAN technologies in the market are not built with security in mind. Connecting branch office SD-WANs directly to the internet bypasses traditional datacenter-based security, exposing branch offices to cyberattacks.

According to the latest Miercom report, Check Point Quantum gateways block 99.7% of new malware and phishing attacks while preventing zero-days and ransomware attacks. Deployed at the branch level, it offers an affordable solution that provides the highest level of security, while also optimizing connectivity for users and over 10,000 applications.

Eyal Manor, VP Product Management at Check Point Software Technologies, said: "Many organizations have gone through a period of accelerated digital transformation in recent years. Services and applications have migrated to the cloud, which lead to a shift from traditional data center connectivity to direct branch-to-internet connectivity. During that transition, many branches sacrificed robust security for speed and agility, which increased the risk of cyberattacks and inconsistent security policies. With Check Point's Quantum SD-WAN, branch offices get the highest level of security, without compromising on connectivity, in a consolidated and cost-effective solution."

Check Point's Quantum SD-WAN capabilities include:

  • Uncompromised branch security: Branches no longer need to choose between rapid connectivity and security. Blocking 99.7% of new malware, Quantum SD-WAN prevents all branch threats, including known and unknown threats, DNS attacks, ransomware and phishing.
  • No more Zoom interruptions: Robust security doesn't need to get in the way of digital transformation. With sub-second failover of unstable connections for uninterrupted web conferencing, the solution optimizes routing for over 10,000 applications and users while monitoring internet connectivity for latency, jitter, and packet loss.
  • A complete SASE solution: With the latest addition to its portfolio, Check Point provides consistent security and connectivity across users and branch offices. Combining Quantum SD-WAN and Harmony Connect (SSE) delivers a complete security and internet access solution (SASE) managed from the Check Point Infinity cloud platform.

"Given applications are now distributed across multiple clouds, organizations that are still routing all traffic through the data center to ensure security have application latency challenges causing poor user experiences," stated Bob Laliberte ESG Principal Analyst, Networking. "Modern IT environments require SD-WAN solutions that enable branch offices to have direct access to cloud applications without sacrificing security. Check Point's Quantum SD-WAN takes a security-first approach to networking enabling enterprise to optimize both performance and security for the best user experiences."  


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About Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. 

Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. ( is a leading provider of cyber security solutions to corporate enterprises and governments globally.  Check Point Infinity's portfolio of solutions protects enterprises and public organisations from 5th generation cyber-attacks with an industry leading catch rate of malware, ransomware and other threats. Infinity comprises three core pillars delivering uncompromised security and generation V threat prevention across enterprise environments: Check Point Harmony, for remote users; Check Point CloudGuard, to automatically secure clouds; and Check Point Quantum, to protect network perimeters and datacenters, all controlled by the industry's most comprehensive, intuitive unified security management. Check Point protects over 100,000 organizations of all sizes.

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Killexams : Check Point Software Technologies Announces $2.0 Billion Expansion of Share Repurchase Program

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SAN CARLOS, Calif., Feb. 13, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Check Point® Software Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ: CHKP) today announced that its board of directors has authorized a $2.0 billion expansion of the company’s on-going share repurchase program. Under the extended share repurchase program, Check Point is authorized to continue repurchasing its shares up to $325 million each quarter.

As of December 31, 2022, Check Point had approximately 120.8 million ordinary shares outstanding, and since the beginning of the share repurchase program, Check Point has repurchased approximately 204 million shares for a total purchase price of approximately $13 billion. The updated plan extends the company’s existing repurchase program from August 2021, which is expected to be completed during the second quarter of 2023.

Under the extended repurchase program, shares may be repurchased from time to time in open market transactions, in privately negotiated transactions or by other means in accordance with applicable securities laws and regulations. The genuine timing, number and value of the shares repurchased will depend on market conditions, share price, trading volume and other factors. For all or a portion of the authorized repurchase amount, Check Point may enter into a plan that is compliant with Rule 10b5-1 of the U.S. Securities Exchange Act of 1934 that is designed to facilitate these purchases. The repurchase program does not require Check Point to acquire a specific number of shares and may be suspended from time to time or discontinued. The share repurchases are expected to be funded from available working capital.

About Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.

Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. ( is a leading provider of cyber security solutions to corporate enterprises and governments globally. Check Point Infinity´s portfolio of solutions protects enterprises and public organizations from 5th generation cyber-attacks with an industry leading catch rate of malware, ransomware, and other threats. Infinity comprises four core pillars delivering uncompromised security and generation V threat prevention across enterprise environments: Check Point Harmony, for remote users; Check Point CloudGuard, to automatically secure clouds; and Check Point Quantum, to protect network perimeters and datacenters, all controlled by the industry’s most comprehensive, intuitive unified security management; Check Point Horizon, a prevention-first security operations suite. Check Point protects over 100,000 organizations of all sizes.

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This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Forward-looking statements generally relate to future events or our future financial or operating performance. Forward-looking statements in this press release include, but are not limited to, statements related our expectations regarding Check Point’s share repurchase program and the updated share repurchase program. Check Point’s expectations and beliefs regarding these matters may not materialize, and genuine results or events in the future are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause genuine results or events to differ materially from those projected. These risks include our ability to continue to develop platform capabilities and solutions; customer acceptance and purchase of our existing products and solutions and new products and solutions; the continued effects on our business of the COVID-19 pandemic, the market for IT security continuing to develop; competition from other products and services; and general market, political, economic and business conditions; the market conditions, share price, trading volume of Check Point’s ordinary shares; Check Point’s strategic decisions regarding use of capital; and Check Point’s working capital available for share repurchases. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are also subject to other risks and uncertainties, including those more fully described in our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including our Annual Report on Form 20-F filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on April 14, 2022. The forward-looking statements in this press release are based on information available to Check Point as of the date hereof, and Check Point disclaims any obligation to update any forward-looking statements, except as required by law.

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Killexams : Check Point Software Technologies rises as Goldman Sachs starts with buy rating
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Check Point Software Technologies (NASDAQ:CHKP) rose in premarket trading on Tuesday as investment firm Goldman Sachs started coverage on the cyber security company with a buy rating.

Analyst Gabriela Borges, who also put a per-share price

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