BAE Systems and Splunk Secure U.S. Government Clouds Through Machine Learning. BAE Systems announced a new collaboration with Splunk Inc. to integrate Splunk Enterprise into its government cloud solution. The federated secure cloud, developed by BAE Systems and Dell EMC, is a scalable, hybrid cloud solution designed from the ground up to meet both the mission needs and security requirements for any US Intelligence Community, Department of Defense (DoD), or federal/civilian government organization. “The security tools and advanced machine learning algorithms included with Splunk Enterprise automate the analysis of our cloud security logs, instantly alerting security administrators of potential risks,” said Peder Jungck, vice president and general manager of BAE Systems’ Intelligence Solutions business.
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Tuesday, August 14
Date: 14 Aug 18 Time: 14:00
Quebec Orders Nearly 500 More Electric-Hybrid Systems from BAE Systems
BAE Systems, a global provider of more than 9,000 electric-hybrid, battery-electric, and fuel-cell electric systems, today announced that the Association du Transport Urbain du Quebec (ATUQ) ordered 497 electric-hybrid buses using the BAE Systems Series-E electric drive propulsion system. “The additional system orders validate the success of our product in the transit market and the need for electrified buses in Canada.”. Canada’s ATUQ represents the nine Quebec public transportation organizations serving the major urban centres of the province: Montreal, Quebec City, Lévis, Laval, Longueuil, Gatineau, Trois-Rivières, Saguenay, and Sherbrooke. BAE Systems is saving more than 20 million gallons of fuel and 215,000 tons of CO2 each year with more than 9,000 systems operating across the globe.
Monday, August 13
Date: 13 Aug 18 Time: 15:46
BAE Systems Stock Upgraded: What You Need to Know
Every day, Wall Street analysts upgrade some stocks, downgrade others, and "initiate coverage" on a few more. But do these analysts even know what they're talking about? Morgan Stanley -- and the Australian Navy -- sail to the defense of BAE Systems stock. U.K. website ProActiveInvestors has additional details on what's up. As they advise, Morgan Stanley has upgraded BAE stock to overweight and assigned the stock -- which trades at 633.60 pence locally (roughly $8.10) -- a new price target of 750 pence, or $9.58. One imagines that a big part of the reason Morgan Stanley decided to take a look at BAE Systems today was because the company reported its H1 2018 financial results earlier this month -- so let's take a look at those ourselves, why don't we?
Date: 13 Aug 18 Time: 14:20
BAE Systems and Flexera Make Moving to the Cloud Easier Than Ever for U.S. Government Agencies
Under the partnership, BAE Systems, a company with unparalleled experience managing the cloud complexities that arise during cloud migrations, will integrate Flexera’s leading asset and license management tools into its scalable, hybrid cloud environment for government. The federated secure cloud, developed by BAE Systems and Dell EMC, is designed from the ground up to meet mission needs and security requirements for any U.S. Intelligence Community, Department of Defense (DoD), or federal/civilian government organization. “With our federated secure cloud, we’re helping government agencies rethink how they share data, analyze information, and collaborate across their enterprises real-time while remaining consistent with strict governance and security requirements,” said Peder Jungck, vice president and general manager of BAE Systems’ Intelligence Solutions business. “Together with BAE Systems, we are providing government agencies with a secure mission-ready cloud that arrives fully-embedded with the tools necessary to mitigate the complicated and potentially costly hardware and software license management challenges many agencies fear when moving to cloud environments,” said Cindy Grogan, vice president of Global Alliances at Flexera.
Sunday, August 12
Date: 12 Aug 18 Time: 10:58
The HSBC share price and 5.5% yield tempts me more than BAE Systems
The HSBC share price and 5.5% yield tempts me more than BAE Systems. The big FTSE 100-listed banks have been attracting contrarian investors for years, but so far the rewards have been mixed. For example, shares in China-focused bank HSBC Holdings(LSE: HSBA) trade just 4% higher than five years ago, and still haven’t fully recovered from their plunge during the financial crisis. Asia major. If you snapped up HSBC during one of the recent dips you will be happy enough, its stock is up 34% over two years. Bank on it. Yet HSBC remains solid with a common equity tier 1 ratio of 14% and an advances-to-deposits ratio of just 72%, while litigation threats are receding. FTSE 100 engineering giant BAE Systems(LSE: BA) will give you an income stream of 3.5%, covered 1.9 times, but at least the entry price is cheaper, trading at just 14.6 times earnings.
Friday, August 10
Date: 10 Aug 18 Time: 09:44
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Tuesday, August 07
Date: 07 Aug 18 Time: 13:00
BAE Systems to Develop Automated Cyber Defense Tools for DARPA
View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180807005095/en/. Because most current tools do not offer the scale and processing speed needed to adequately defend enterprise networks, the goal of DARPA’s Cyber-Hunting at Scale (CHASE) program is to develop, demonstrate, and evaluate new, automated cyber-defense tools for use within and across these types of networks. BAE Systems’ unique solution, which combines advanced machine learning and cyber-attack modeling, intends to address this critical need by automatically detecting and defeating advanced cyber threats that could currently go undetected. “Today, advanced cyber attacks within many enterprise networks go entirely unnoticed among an overwhelming amount of network data, or they require intensive manual analysis by expert teams,” said Anne Taylor, product line director for the Cyber Technology group at BAE Systems. BAE Systems’ efforts on the CHASE program builds on previous company work in real-time, cyber-defense based anomaly detection, evidence-driven decision making, and related techniques for DARPA, the U.S. Army, and the U.S. Navy.
Monday, August 06
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|Quaterly Earnings Growth||-40.80%|
|Quaterly Revenue Growth||-2.10%|
|Revenue per share||5.76|