Top 10 Performing Security Stocks for March 2006
Advanced Home Care signed an agreement to use Authentidate's CareFax—a Web-based, HIPAA-compliant application.
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Private correctional/detention center operator GGI increased earnings guidance in March and signed contracts with the state of Idaho and the United Kingdom.
Network security application provider NENG announced deals that will extend its market reach in several international markets.
OPTC revisits our list this month as they announced a record year in 2005: sales rose 74 percent and net income increased 68 percent.
This maker of “offender monitoring solutions” using GPS and wireless technologies announced a deal with the Delaware Department of Corrections.
Integrated access control provider MDI reports awarded contracts in excess of $1 million to upgrade systems at several enterprise customers.
This provider of covert machine-readable security solutions for the prevention of counterfeiting, fraud, and diversion reported a 70 percent revenue increase for 2005.
WatchGuard announced it expanded its network of partners selling its Firebox security appliance with D&H, a $1.3 billion distributor.
Having traded as low as $5 during the past year, smart card manufacturer LCRD announced a $1.8 million follow-on order for Canadian resident cards.
ASEI announced a $45 million deal from a Middle East customs agency for its x-ray detection systems to secure strategic borders, seaports, and airports.