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August 2, 2002 | Bloomberg News
SonicWall Inc. said Chief Executive Cosmo Santullo resigned from the company and its board after less than a year as head of the provider of Internet-security products and services. Bill Roach, senior vice president of partners, alliances and strategic accounts, was named interim CEO Santullo and his family have decided to stay in Massachusetts rather than remain with the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company. SonicWall shares fell 2 cents, to $4.70, on Nasdaq.
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August 2, 2002 | Bloomberg News
SonicWall Inc. said Chief Executive Cosmo Santullo resigned from the company and its board after less than a year as head of the provider of Internet-security products and services. Bill Roach, senior vice president of partners, alliances and strategic accounts, was named interim CEO Santullo and his family have decided to stay in Massachusetts rather than remain with the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company. SonicWall shares fell 2 cents, to $4.70, on Nasdaq.
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December 13, 2001 | Bloomberg News
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., which makes computer-security software for big companies, unveiled a new product for consumers who use high-speed Internet connections. Through its SofaWare Technologies subsidiary, Check Point introduced the $299 S-box, which it said contains software that can block hacker attacks. It's the first consumer product from Check Point and the company's first device.
BUSINESS
February 11, 2000 | Bloomberg News, Reuters
Shares of security software makers continued rocketing Thursday in the wake of attacks on major Web sites, though some observers said the two-day run-up had the look of a mania. Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (CHKP), which makes software used to protect computer networks, jumped $32.25 to $180.25. SonicWall Inc. (SNWL), which makes software used to guard consumers' computers, gained $26.25 to $99. Software maker Network Associates (NETA) rallied $3.81 to $27.
BUSINESS
March 16, 2000 | Bloomberg News
Shares of security software makers fell, led by Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (CHKP), on concern that the stocks have risen too high too quickly. Check Point, which makes software that guards computer networks against hackers, tumbled $38.19, or 15%, to $208.69--its biggest decline since April 5. VeriSign Inc. (VRSN), a maker of software used to issue computerized IDs, slid $22.88 to $194.75, while rival Entrust Technologies Inc. (ENTU) fell $13.38 to $99.13.
BUSINESS
July 6, 2000 | GREG CHANG, BLOOMBERG NEWS
In a typical month, would-be hackers probe Bob Larribeau's computer a dozen times. Larribeau isn't a bank executive or a high school principal. He doesn't run a fancy Web site such as Yahoo Inc. What makes the self-employed computer consultant an attractive target is his high-speed Internet connection. High-speed links through digital subscriber line services or cable modems provide users with an always-on connection to the Internet.
BUSINESS
February 10, 2000 | Bloomberg News
Shares of security software makers surged Wednesday on optimism that recent Internet-related computer crimes will spur increased demand. ISS Group Inc. (ticker symbol: ISSX), the No. 1 maker of software to detect hacker attacks and network weaknesses, jumped $7.88, or 11%, to $81.75. SonicWall Inc. (SNWL), which makes software used to guard consumers' computers, surged $10.50, or 17%, to $72.75. RSA Security Inc. (RSAS), whose products scramble data, gained $10.75, or 20%, to $63.75.
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