Fortinet (FTNT) has recently been on Zacks.com's list of the most searched stocks. Therefore, you might want to consider some of the key factors that could influence the stock's performance in the near future.
Over the past month, shares of this network security company have returned -14.4%, compared to the Zacks S&P 500 composite's +6.3% change. During this period, the Zacks Security industry, which Fortinet falls in, has lost 8.1%. The key question now is: What could be the stock's future direction?
While media releases or rumors about a substantial change in a company's business prospects usually make its stock 'trending' and lead to an immediate price change, there are always some fundamental facts that eventually dominate the buy-and-hold decision-making.
Earnings Estimate Revisions
Here at Zacks, we prioritize appraising the change in the projection of a company's future earnings over anything else. That's because we believe the present value of its future stream of earnings is what determines the fair value for its stock.
Our analysis is essentially based on how sell-side analysts covering the stock are revising their earnings estimates to take the latest business trends into account. When earnings estimates for a company go up, the fair value for its stock goes up as well. And when a stock's fair value is higher than its current market price, investors tend to buy the stock, resulting in its price moving upward. Because of this, empirical studies indicate a strong correlation between trends in earnings estimate revisions and short-term stock price movements.
Fortinet is expected to post earnings of $0.27 per share for the current quarter, representing a year-over-year change of +35%. Over the last 30 days, the Zacks Consensus Estimate has changed -4.4%.
For the current fiscal year, the consensus earnings estimate of $1.04 points to a change of +30% from the prior year. Over the last 30 days, this estimate has changed +1.8%.
For the next fiscal year, the consensus earnings estimate of $1.28 indicates a change of +22.8% from what Fortinet is expected to report a year ago. Over the past month, the estimate has changed +4.9%.
With an impressive externally audited track record, our proprietary stock rating tool -- the Zacks Rank -- is a more conclusive indicator of a stock's near-term price performance, as it effectively harnesses the power of earnings estimate revisions. The size of the exact change in the consensus estimate, along with three other factors related to earnings estimates, has resulted in a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) for Fortinet.
The chart below shows the evolution of the company's forward 12-month consensus EPS estimate:
12 Month EPS
Projected Revenue Growth
Even though a company's earnings growth is arguably the best indicator of its financial health, nothing much happens if it cannot raise its revenues. It's almost impossible for a company to grow its earnings without growing its revenue for long periods. Therefore, knowing a company's potential revenue growth is crucial.
For Fortinet, the consensus sales estimate for the current quarter of $1.12 billion indicates a year-over-year change of +29.6%. For the current and next fiscal years, $4.38 billion and $5.29 billion estimates indicate +31% and +20.9% changes, respectively.
Last Reported Results and Surprise History
Fortinet reported revenues of $1.03 billion in the last reported quarter, representing a year-over-year change of +28.6%. EPS of $0.24 for the same period compares with $0.19 a year ago.
Compared to the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $1.03 billion, the reported revenues represent a surprise of +0.43%. The EPS surprise was +9.09%.
The company beat consensus EPS estimates in each of the trailing four quarters. The company topped consensus revenue estimates each time over this period.
Without considering a stock's valuation, no investment decision can be efficient. In predicting a stock's future price performance, it's crucial to determine whether its current price correctly reflects the intrinsic value of the underlying business and the company's growth prospects.
While comparing the current values of a company's valuation multiples, such as price-to-earnings (P/E), price-to-sales (P/S) and price-to-cash flow (P/CF), with its own historical values helps determine whether its stock is fairly valued, overvalued, or undervalued, comparing the company relative to its peers on these parameters gives a good sense of the reasonability of the stock's price.
The Zacks Value Style Score (part of the Zacks Style Scores system), which pays close attention to both traditional and unconventional valuation metrics to grade stocks from A to F (an An is better than a B; a B is better than a C; and so on), is pretty helpful in identifying whether a stock is overvalued, rightly valued, or temporarily undervalued.
Fortinet is graded D on this front, indicating that it is trading at a premium to its peers. Click here to see the values of some of the valuation metrics that have driven this grade.
The facts discussed here and much other information on Zacks.com might help determine whether or not it's worthwhile paying attention to the market buzz about Fortinet. However, its Zacks Rank #2 does suggest that it may outperform the broader market in the near term.
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Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPP) , Endpoint Security , Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS)Fortinet Says Price Hikes Have More Than Offset Supply Chain, Geopolitical Issues
Fortinet has raised prices on products and services to address macroeconomic challenges including shipping delays, longer activation timelines and the suspension of sales in Russia.
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The Silicon Valley-based platform security vendor says price hikes have more than offset supply chain and geopolitical headwinds in exact months, allowing Fortinet to increase both product gross margins and short-term deferred revenue from a year ago, according to CFO Keith Jensen. Service gross margins dropped since it will take longer for that side of the business to benefit from higher prices, Jensen says (see: Fortinet CEO Ken Xie: OT Business Will Be Bigger Than SD-WAN).
"Our goal is really to try over a longer period of time to just match the cost increases and maintain a consistent margin," Jensen tells investors Wednesday. "It's not that we're really trying to take down more margin."
Fortinet has found that higher prices don't tend to result in lost business since the company has historically offered 30% to 40% better performance at the same price as products from competitors, Jensen says. Fortinet tracks "very religiously" in its CRM tool why it loses competitive deals and hasn't seen any uptick in deals being lost on price since the company began charging customers more, he says.
"The question is always, 'How far can you push the envelope?'" Jensen says. "We know we come into the conversation with a significant price performance advantage."
The company has even raised prices around products that are no longer shipping since higher labor costs mean the expense associated with providing services and renewals on older products has increased, according to CEO Ken Xie. Although the price of the older product itself hasn't changed, Xie says customers now have to spend more to service and support that product.
Channel partners receive 60 days advanced notice before a price increase takes effect, and Jensen says the impact of price hikes is felt fairly quickly from both a product revenue and billings perspective. The trickle-down effect is much slower when it comes to service revenue, but Jensen expects growth to accelerate there as well in late 2022 and 2023 thanks to the price increases.
"You're going to see the benefit over a much longer period of time on the service revenue line," Jensen says. "You will see the benefit in billings much sooner. That's a very good leading indicator of where service revenue growth is going to go in the future."
Price hikes are just one way Fortinet has attempted to address supply chain challenges alongside increasing inventory purchase commitments, redesigning products and qualifying additional suppliers, according to Jensen. But even with those actions, Jensen says demand continues to outpace supply, meaning that Fortinet's backlog is expected to increase throughout the rest of 2022.
"As we balance our pricing actions with the opportunity for continued market share gains, we have passed along most but not all cost increases," Jensen says.
Fortinet's backlog increased yet again in the quarter ended June 30 by $72 million to $350 million, but the rate of increase is down from $120 million in the first quarter of 2022, according to Xie. Networking equipment accounted for 50% of Fortinet's backlog due to continued challenges sourcing raw materials for switches and access points, while the company's FortiGate firewalls accounted for 40% of backlog.
"Our operation and R&D teams did an excellent job navigating the tough supply chain environment," Jensen says. "Nonetheless, we still expect supply chain constraints to be challenging throughout the remainder of the year."
Fortinet's gross margins have been affected not only by price increase but also the product mix from one quarter to the next, Jensen says. The company earns more profit on high-end firewalls as compared with entry-level firewalls, meaning that if Fortinet introduces a high-end firewall in a specific quarter or ends up with more high-end firewall shipments, the company's margins are likely to be higher, he says.
The impact of the economic downturn on Fortinet has thus far been brief and relatively insignificant, Jensen says. Fortinet saw a dip in field closure rates during the first half of June as well as the addition of an approver or negotiator on the customer side in larger deals to ensure the client was making the right decision, according to Jensen. But despite the pause, close rates actually increased slightly last quarter.
"For whatever reason, there was a slight pause there for a couple weeks in June," Jensen says. "But everybody came back and got the deal done that last week in June."
|Category||Q2 2022||Q2 2021||% Change|
|Earnings Per Diluted Share||$0.21||$0.16||31.3%|
|Non-GAAP Net Income||$194.1M||$158.7M||22.3%|
|Non-GAAP Earnings Per Share||$0.24||$0.19||26.3%|
Fortinet's revenue of $1.03 million in the quarter ended June 30 was in line with Seeking Alpha's sales estimate. Meanwhile, the company's non-GAAP earnings of $0.24 per share edged out Seeking Alpha's non-GAAP estimate of $0.22 per share.
The company's stock is down $5.88 - 9.35% - to $57 per share in after-hours trading Wednesday. That's the lowest Fortinet's stock has traded since July 26.
The Americas accounted for 40.2% of Fortinet's revenue in the second quarter, while Europe, the Middle East and Africa, or EMEA, delivered 38% of revenue and Asia-Pacific, or APAC, was responsible for the remaining 21.8% of revenue.
For all of 2022, Fortinet expects non-GAAP net income of $1.01 to $1.06 per share on revenue of between $4.35 billion and $4.4 billion. Analysts had been expecting non-GAAP net income of $1 per share on sales of $4.38 billion.
Fortinet on Wednesday introduced a compact Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) targeted at hyperscale data centers and 5G networks. The FortiGate 4800F occupies four rack units while providing up to 2.4 terabits per second (2 Tbps) throughput. It includes 400 gigabit per second Ethernet (GbE), 200 GbE and 50 GbE ports for scalability depending on need, the company said.
“The combination of performance and scalability packed into our latest firewall will help future-proof organizations’ investments in hyperscale data centers, especially with the rise of 5G and as the volume and velocity of data continues to accelerate at an unprecedented pace,” said John Maddison, executive vice president of products and chief marketing officer at Fortinet.
Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFWs) build on traditional firewall capabilities like packet filtering, network address translation (NAT) and virtual private network (VPN) capabilities with deep packet inspection, intrusion prevention and other techniques to maintain more performant and secure connections.
Specific to 5G, Fortinet said the 4800F enables massive machine-to-machine (M2M) connection that requires secure IP connectivity to untrusted environments like the Internet, edge sites, and cloud services. It can support 25 million connections per second. The 4800F also secures 5G RAN traffic and core connectivity with IPsec-based VPN performance that Fortinet clocks at 19x faster than previous models.
The secret behind the 4800F’s horsepower is the presence of 16 NP7 processors, according to the company. The NP7 is a purpose-designed Network Processing Unit (NPU) developed by Fortinet that accelerates network functions that would otherwise slow CPUs, like IPv4, IPv6, unicast and multicast, IPsec decryption, VXLAN termination and network address translation.
“With the increased scale of 5G radio and the sharing of RAN between operators to reduce costs, the FortiGate 4800F provides a cost-effective security gateway to handle 5G’s RAN scalability and security requirements for both user and control planes,” said the company.
When it comes to hyperscale and large enterprise data center installations, Fortinet claims to be the only vendor delivering 400GbE interfaces on a hyperscale firewall. The company said the 4800F has been designed to deliver significantly faster Secure Socket Layer (SSL) inspection compared to industry averages, and offers Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.3 protocol support. It supports Virtual Extensible LAN (VXLAN) segmentation, to create massively scalable virtual overlay networks.
The device is managed using FortiGuard, Fortinet’s AI-driven security framework. FortiGuard provides real-time threat detection and security enforcement using context-driven policy management designed to support hybrid deployments in the cloud, on the enterprise network, and at endpoints. The company noted that the firewall also implements universal Zero Trust Network Architecture (ZTNA) support.
“Setting up universal ZTNA with an on-prem or virtual FortiGate ensures that consistent policies and controls span across all operating environments, including across multiple clouds,” said Fortinet.
Fortinet recently announced FortiCNP, a new built-in-the-cloud offering that correlates security findings from across an organization’s cloud footprint to facilitate friction-free cloud security operations.
FortiCNP’s patented Resource Risk Insights (RRI)TM technology produces context-rich, actionable insights that help teams prioritize the remediation and mitigation of risks with the highest potential impact on cloud workload security without slowing down the business.
Also announced today, Fortinet is an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Launch Partner for Amazon GuardDuty Malware Protection, which provides agentless malware detection capabilities across AWS data stores, disk volumes, and workload images. FortiCNP supports Amazon GuardDuty Malware Protection, delivering near-real-time threat protection with zero-permission capabilities to actively scan running workloads with no impact or delays to operations.
A defining feature of FortiCNP is integration with AWS security products and services, and the Fortinet Security Fabric, which helps organizations more effectively secure their cloud environments and maximize their cloud security investments.
FortiCNP Resource Risk Insights (RRI)TM leverages a patented risk score algorithm to contextualize security findings from Fortinet Cloud Security solutions and AWS products and services to provide teams with prioritized, context-rich, and actionable insights about resources that present the highest risk and need immediate attention.
By analyzing, correlating, and contextualizing security findings from AWS cloud security services with FortiCNP, customers maximize the value and benefit from easy deployment capabilities offered by Amazon GuardDuty Malware Protection, Amazon Inspector, AWS Security Hub, AWS CloudTrail, and AWS Organizations.
Jon Ramsey, Vice President (VP) AWS Security
At AWS, we provide our customers with smarter tools to easily take action and mitigate risk faster. Security Partners like Fortinet with their FortiCNP offering built on AWS and integrated with our security services like Amazon GuardDuty deliver customers a choice to simplify and accelerate their cloud journey with cloud-native security services.
John Maddison, EVP of Products and CMO at Fortinet
FortiCNP is the latest example of Fortinet’s commitment to delivering Fabric solutions that extend enterprise security with cloud-native integrations. We’re pleased to continue to deliver solutions that allow security professionals to transition from time-consuming triage and manual analysis processes to proactively securing their cloud workloads and easily understand their cloud security risk.
SUNNYVALE, Calif., Aug. 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
John Maddison, EVP of Products and CMO at Fortinet
“No other firewall is better suited to support hyperscale and 5G. Not only is FortiGate 4800F the industry’s fastest compact hyperscale firewall, with 2.4 Tbps of capacity, but it is also the only 4RU chassis on the market that includes 400GbE, 200GbE, and 50GbE ports, which allows hyperscale customers and mobile network operators to seamlessly scale their business without disrupting operations. The combination of performance and scalability packed into our latest firewall will help future-proof organizations’ investments in hyperscale data centers, especially with the rise of 5G and as the volume and velocity of data continues to accelerate at an unprecedented pace.”
Fortinet® (NASDAQ: FTNT), a global leader in broad, integrated, and automated cybersecurity solutions, today announced the FortiGate 4800F series of hyperscale firewalls, which sets new standards for security, scale, performance, and innovation to meet the requirements of hyperscale customers and 5G mobile network operators (MNOs). Powered by 16 of Fortinet’s seventh generation network processors (NP7 ), FortiGate 4800F offers the highest performance figures of any compact firewall, with Security Compute Ratings that deliver up to 34x better performance than competitor solutions, including the ability to support an average of 19x more connections per second.
Large enterprises and MNOs are in the continual pursuit of doing more with less. When it comes to firewalls, higher performance in a smaller footprint means security becomes an enabler for 5G adoption, allowing mobile providers to deliver new use cases for enterprises and critical industries and infrastructure. It also ensures enterprise customers such as high-velocity e-retail, cutting-edge research facilities, financial institutions, and cloud providers have access to the performance, scalability, and security they need to meet escalating business needs. Reduced costs for space, cooling, and power are additional benefits to achieving higher performance in a smaller form factor.
With these outcomes in mind, Fortinet’s dedication to pushing the boundaries of what is possible in security performance has yielded the most powerful compact firewall yet: the FortiGate 4800F. With a 4RU chassis and 400GbE, 200GbE, and 50GbE interfaces, this latest model of Fortinet’s flagship line of firewalls enables MNOs to secure 5G networks with the following capabilities:
FortiGate 4800F also delivers hyperscale security for hyperscale data centers with the following capabilities:
The entire FortiGate suite of next-generation and hyperscale firewalls supports organizations of all sizes with the following features:
FortiGate 4800F vs. Competitors
Below is a comparison of the top firewalls on the market against the target performance numbers of the FortiGate 4800F series. Security Compute Rating is a benchmark (performance multiplier) that compares FortiGate performance versus the industry average of competing products across various categories that fall within the same price band.
|Palo Alto Networks
|Threat Protection5 ||70Gbps||1.5x||46Gbps||61.8Gbps||30Gbps||N/A||N/A|
|SSL Inspection ||55Gbps||5.5x||10Gbps||-||-||10Gbps||N/A|
Fortinet (NASDAQ: FTNT) makes possible a digital world that we can always trust through its mission to protect people, devices, and data everywhere. This is why the world’s largest enterprises, service providers, and government organizations choose Fortinet to securely accelerate their digital journey. The Fortinet Security Fabric platform delivers broad, integrated, and automated protections across the entire digital attack surface, securing critical devices, data, applications, and connections from the data center to the cloud to the home office. Ranking #1 in the most security appliances shipped worldwide, more than 580,000 customers trust Fortinet to protect their businesses. And the Fortinet NSE Training Institute, an initiative of Fortinet’s Training Advancement Agenda (TAA), provides one of the largest and broadest training programs in the industry to make cyber training and new career opportunities available to everyone. Learn more at https://www.fortinet.com, the Fortinet Blog, or FortiGuard Labs.
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Security technology and software stocks hit the skids Thursday as much of the sector followed Fortinet (NASDAQ:FTNT) into the red after it gave a disappointing business outlook and mixed quarterly results.
Fortinet (FTNT) shares tumbled by more than 16% after the company said late Wednesday that it expects to report a third-quarter profit of $0.26 to $0.28 a share, on revenue in a range of $1.11B to $1.14B. Wall Street analysts had forecast Fortinet (FTNT) to earn $0.27 a share on revenue of $1.13B for its third quarter.
Chief Financial Officer Keith Jensen said on a conference call that the "biggest change" the company has seen since the start of the year is Russia's ongoing war against Ukraine, as Russia had accounted for about 1.5% of Fortinet's (FTNT) total revenue.
Jensen said that when Fortinet (FTNT) stopped recognizing revenue on existing contracts in Russia, and suspended its services in the country "at that time, we did not anticipate it would be a full year event, but we are now."
Along with its third-quarter outlook, Fortinet (FTNT) also reported second-quarter earnings of $0.24 a share, on $1.03B in sales. Analysts had forecast the company to earn $0.22 a share on revenue of just under $1.03B.
Fortinet's (FTNT) outlook, in particular, led to selling across the security software sector as trading progressed Thursday.
Datadog (DDOG) shares fell 3% as it gave solid second-quarterly results, but its third-quarter outlook didn't surpass analysts' expectations. Monness, Crespi, Hardi analyst Brian White also cut his rating on Datadog's (DDOG) shares to neutral from buy following the company's forecast.
Fortinet Inc. and Rapid7 Inc. shares dropped in late trading after both reported lower-that-expected outlooks amid broader market issues, including negative economic growth and 40-year high inflation.
For its second quarter ended June 30, Fortinet reported a profit before costs such as stock compensation of $194.1 million, or 24 cents per share, up from $158.7 million, or 19 cents per share in the same quarter of last year. Revenue rose 29%, to $1.03 billion.
Analysts had been expecting a profit of 22 cents per share on revenue of $1.03 billion.
Fortinet’s product revenue in the quarter rose 34%, to $400.7 million, service revenue rose 25.2%, to $629.4 million, and total bookings rose 42%, to $1.38 billion. Deferred revenue as of the end of June was $3.93 billion, up 35%.
“We delivered strong revenue and billings growth in the second quarter driven by an over 50% year-over-year increase in the number of transactions larger than $1 million,” Ken Xie (pictured), founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Fortinet, said in a statement. “Large enterprise companies continue to favor Fortinet’s industry-leading cost for performance advantage and integrated platform strategy.”
For the third quarter, Fortinet is predicting an adjusted profit of 26 to 28 cents a share on revenue of $1.105 billion to $1.135 billion. Analysts had expected 27 cents and $1.13 billion. For the full-year 2022, earnings per share are predicted to be $1.01 to $1.06 on revenue of $4.35 billion to $4.4 billion. Analysts had expected a profit of $1.03 a share on revenue of $4.39 billion.
Fortinet’s figures were roughly in line with what analysts expected, but the company had previously said that it expected earnings per share of $5.00 to $5.15 for the full year and investors noticed. Fortinet shares were down almost 10% in late trading.
Rapid7 reported an adjusted loss of one cent per share on revenue of $167.5 million in the quarter. Analysts had expected a loss of four cents a share on revenue of $164.12 million.
Annualized recurring revenue rose 35% year-over-year, to $658 million, while the company’s number of customers ended the quarter at 10,624, up 14%. ARR per customer rose 18%, to $62,000.
“As customers prioritize spending around their modern cloud environments, Rapid7 continues to address their most urgent security challenges with our market-leading Insight platform,” Corey Thomas, chairman and CEO of Rapid7, said in the company’s earnings release. “In the current environment, there is a significant opportunity for consolidation across security operations from both a capability and economic standpoint, and our differentiated solutions are positioned to enable customers to accelerate that process while driving profitable, sustainable growth for Rapid7.”
For the third quarter, Rapid7 predicts an adjusted profit of three to six cents per share on revenue of $175 million to $177 million. Analysts had expected a profit of 14 cents a share on revenue of $177.8 million. For the full year, the company is predicting a profit of eight to 15 cents a share on revenue of $686 million to $690 million versus an expected 11 cents and $689.85 million.
The stronger-than-expected figures for the second quarter were outweighed by the miss in the third-quarter outlook. Rapid7’s shares were down 3% after the bell.
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, July 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- sirar by stc, the cutting-edge cyber security provider by stc group, was recognized and awarded the "Managed Security Service Provider Partner of the Year 2021" for its valuable contribution towards the Cyber security industry.
As an advance cybersecuriy, sirar by stc offers a comprehensive range of cyber security products and services that help businesses manage digital risks effectively, achieve compliance with relevant laws and regulations, and enable a robust and secure digital transformation journey.
Fortinet, a leading vendor for cybersecurity solutions had recently held Fortinet Security Day in Riyadh at Crowne Plaza RDC where leading partners, distributors & key customers of the region were invited. During the event, Fortinet recognized and announced the winners for the top partner awards for their outstanding achievements & contributions in various domains.
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