One Compelling Cyber-Security Play

One particularly busy and worrisome area in 2013 has been cyber security. Attacks have become more frequent and sophisticated and, as a result, more than a few companies have been stepping up their game. Cisco Systems (CSCO) acquired Sourcefire to shore up its cyber-security business; Intel (INTC) has recently augmented its McAfee unit by acquiring Stone Soft; Microsoft (MSFT) recently unveiled its Cybercrime Center; and FireEye (FEYE) joined the ranks of publicly traded cyber-security companies. Given the success of FireEye's initial public offering, other cyber-security firms -- such as Zscaler and Ping Identity -- are eyeing the IPO market as well.

While investors can look at those companies as potential investments, there are a few other contenders that should also be considered, particularly for those Real Money Pro subscribers who don't yet have exposure to safety-and-security firms. There are a number of names in this arena, of course, such as Symantec (SYMC), Palo Alto Networks (PAWN), Check Point Software (CHKP) and Fortinet (FTNT). However, one that flies below the radar is cyber-security company KEYW (KEYW)....320 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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