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Killexams : 3 Fundamentals to Truly Secure Remote Workers

By Christian Aboujaoude, chief technology officer at Keck Medicine, USC

In the pre-pandemic days, security solutions could be more basic. Securing the perimeter could be likened to locking the door of your house. But with remote workers taking devices off premises and sometimes using their own, securing the workplace requires a new approach. Sophisticated threats come from every angle, and preparing a complete defense is vital.

We are in an environment of constant change and unexpected events. Just when many people began welcoming a post-pandemic world, cases started rising again, and the need to apply proper controls, governance, education, and tools for remote workers once more became top of mind for many cybersecurity leaders.

For CISOs and their teams, the challenge is to build a culture that facilitates the ability to adapt to change on an ongoing, continuous basis. This requires a new mindset in securing all users — remote users, in particular. It also means evolving your approach so that cybersecurity is no longer viewed by business management as a cost center, but rather as a means of competitive differentiation and innovation for the organization.

In my view, there are three critical aspects to changing the culture and mindset to adapt to current and future cybersecurity challenges, particularly as remote work becomes more deeply ingrained as a business requirement:

1. Education: Develop a deep understanding of every aspect of your organization and spend a lot of time and attention on education – for everyone, whether they are on your security teams, in your executive suite, front-line workers on-premises, remote workers, or anywhere else in your ecosystem.

2. Technology: Even in some larger organizations, basic technologies – such as multi-factor authentication or secure VPN – are not given the priority necessary to allow remote workers to operate in a more controlled environment. It is important to have the basics under control before adding innovations, such as Zero Trust.

3. Procedures and practices: It is vital to maintain a philosophy of ongoing education along with continuous evaluation of the technology your organization is using or, in some cases, not using. From a procedural perspective, you must understand everything in your environment. Once you understand it, you can assess and address its impact on your current risk and overall risk profile.

1. Leveraging education to secure remote workers

The reason education tops my list is that over 80% of cybersecurity events relate to people. Everyone needs to truly understand what cybersecurity is — and that it’s not just a password or two-factor authentication. Cybersecurity is an approach — a mechanism. It’s how you go about conducting work. Achieving a strong cybersecurity posture takes cultural change, behavioral change, and constant learning.

When users were largely on premises, most organizations could compensate for potentially dangerous behavior by having multiple controls to help protect them. However, when those same people go remote, there’s a bit of a loss of control and governance. There are technologies to help cover user behavior, but it is better when the behavior doesn’t exist in the first place.

This means that we must educate folks on cyber hygiene, making sure they understand that the steps they take at work may not be the steps they take when they are working remotely or from home. This is especially critical in this very open-ended environment, where a user’s device may be used by other people in the home.

2. Leveraging technology to secure remote workers

Strong foundations are also important from a technological perspective. You must make sure you have controls, processes, and governance for multi-factor authentication and secure VPN. It’s those things that pave the way for Zero Trust.

My best advice is to approach everything from the bottom up, understanding not just your inventory but every single behavior that takes place from a public-facing standpoint. This is especially important for remote workers. I good place to start is by asking yourself and your team key questions:

  • Do we know what our environment actually contains?
  • Are we aware of all the devices and services running in our environment?
  • Do we have an inventory of all of our IoT devices?
  • Do we understand the needs and potential risks of all of our users?
  • Do we know the needs of each application and user based on key criteria such as performance, availability, resilience, data usage, and, of course, security?

Fundamentally, you need technology tools that can exist on your network and identify all connected devices. I’m talking about tools that are able to actually interrogate the network, understand packets, and capture specific metadata for each device to determine how it lives on the network.

3. Leveraging procedures and practices to secure remote workers

If you haven’t figured it out by now, I’m a huge stickler for inventory. From a process standpoint, you must understand your inventory: what it is, what it means, and why it matters — as well as its impact on your business and your security posture. 

So, from a procedure standpoint, you need something in place that is able to identify what you have in your environment. Then you must relate and correlate that information to any situation, to the point where you can say about any device: “This device is connected to this application that lives here and does that.”

From there, you can build a configuration management database (CMDB) approach to really understand your environment and have processes in place to integrate with your ITSM tool so you can execute the specific actions you need to take.

Maintaining ongoing processes also relates back to my first point: education. CISOs need to ensure training and education are continuing when people work from home or remote locations, and they need to have tests, controls, processes, and governance to continuously identify and correct non-malicious but potentially dangerous behavior. Quick-hit training without repetition rarely are effective.

My advice for CISOs and other cyber leaders

If I could leave CISOs and other cybersecurity leaders with a key takeaway from this article, it would be this: Every CISO should figure out how to balance the business operations of their organization with a security mindset that is not destructive to the business but is, in fact, built into the fabric of the business. In order to do that, I urge all security professionals to take the time to understand as much as they can about the business in which they work.

Note the emphasis on the business, not cybersecurity. Most security professionals know security exceptionally well. But if they don’t have an equally exceptional understanding of their business or organizational needs, they are potentially setting themselves — and their organizations — up for failure.

Whether you are the CISO or anyone on the security team, you need to be able to go to the people in any department and have detailed conversations with them related to their protection and their business needs. It may start with something simple: “We saw that you have these devices. They are not in compliance with our security posture, and we need to take this action or we will be forced to put it offline.”

Of course, the immediate reaction will be: “You can’t do that!” And the response is: “Yes, we know. That’s why we have to fix the problem.” A solution-focused and service-focused mindset is key.

The opportunity ahead

Remote work is here to stay. To make it successful, you have to make it secure. Cybersecurity leaders and their teams have an opportunity to make huge contributions to their organizations over the next few years by developing cyber-aware cultures that are both agile and responsive to the changing needs of their organizations.

By focusing on the fundamentals, CISOs can prepare themselves, their teams, and their organizations to be ready for whatever comes next. As we’ve learned all too well over the past few years, change is the only constant in cybersecurity. Be ready.

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About the author:

Security Roundtable author, Christian Aboujaoude, is the chief technology officer at Keck Medicine, USC.

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Killexams : Managing Risk in Private Foundations: Compliance Fundamentals

Private foundations offer a robust philanthropic toolkit and are the gold standard for helping families build lasting legacies – but they can be tricky for donors to administer on their own without clear guidance. Join this session with Foundation Source’s Chief Legal Officer Jeffrey Haskell for important insights on the substantive rules that govern private foundations. Learn what activities are permissible, which require advance IRS approval and the most common trouble spots to help your clients steer clear of compliance issues and penalties.

Some of the subjects covered will include: 

  • Employing a family member
  • Making scholarship and hardship or disaster relief grants
  • Transactions between a foundation and its insiders
  • Guidelines for avoiding jeopardizing investments

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Fri, 17 Feb 2023 04:06:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : GoPro: Solid Performance And Sound Business Fundamentals

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1 month Price movement

One-month Price movement (NASDAQ)

Subscription growth

GoPro Earnings

Quarterly Revenue Metrics

GoPro Earnings


Balance Sheet Metrics (GoPro Earnings)

Name P/E Ratio Total Debt / Total Capital Return on Equity Return on Invested Capital Revenue CAGR (5y) Asset Turnover EBIT Margin
Avid Technology, Inc. 31.14 12.9% NM NM -4.3% 1.73 13.1%
Canon Inc. 12.00 14.2% 8.1% 7.2% 0.6% 0.82 8.8%
GoPro, Inc. 30.76 17.3% 4.7% 4.2% -0.4% 0.94 4.3%
Eastman Kodak Company NA 41.0% 1.8% 4.6% -6.9% 0.64 4.7%
Name Gross Profit Margin Return on Assets Asset Turnover Cash Conversion Cycle Levered Free Cash Flow
Avid Technology, Inc. 66.2% 18.6% 1.73 50 days 39
Canon Inc. 45.3% 5.3% 0.82 122 days 785
GoPro, Inc. 37.9% 2.5% 0.94 30 days 140
Eastman Kodak Company 13.3% 0.7% 0.64 88 days -174
Revenue VS Non-GAAP EBIT Margin

Author Calculations

Asset Turnover vs Asset efficiency

Author calculations

Year R&D Expense (in $M) Unamortized portion (in $M) Amortization this year (in $M)
Current 139.77 1.00 139.77
-1 142.59 0.67 95.06 47.53
-2 136.19 0.33 45.40 45.40
-3 150.69 - - 50.23
Value of Research Asset 280.22 143.16
Amortization of assets for the current year 143.16
DCF Valuation Model

Author Calculation

Estimating the value of growth Value/Share
Value of assets in place = 478.37 3.07
Value of stable growth = (2.38) (0.02)
Value of extraordinary growth = 482.34 3.09
Value of Operating Assets = 958.32 6.15
Invested capital at the start of the valuation 676.17
Invested capital at the end of the valuation 1,025.36
Change in invested capital over ten years 349.19
Change in EBIT*(1-t) (after-tax operating income) over 10 years 120.84
Marginal ROIC over ten years 34.61%
ROIC at the end of the valuation 9.46%
Average WACC over the ten years (compounded) 13.03%
Your calculated value as a per cent of the current price 130.64%
Revenue CAGR 7.11%
Median EBIT% in 10 years 8.88%
Coefficient of Determination, r-squared
Excel RSQ, 10000 Trials
Intrinsic equity value= Revenue Growth= Target Operating Margin= Sales to Invested Capital=
Intrinsic equity value= 1.0000 0.0050 0.6056 0.2693
Revenue Growth= 0.0050 1.0000 0.0002 0.0000
Target Operating Margin= 0.6056 0.0002 1.0000 0.0001
Sales to Invested Capital= 0.2693 0.0000 0.0001 1.0000
Distribution of GoPro Values

Author calculation

Intrinsic equity value= Revenue Growth= Target Operating Margin= Sales to Invested Capital=
0.0% (4.12) 3.86% 2.59% 0.96
0.5% (0.23) 3.95% 3.28% 0.96
1.0% 0.38 4.02% 3.59% 0.97
2.5% 1.61 4.27% 4.21% 1.00
5.0% 2.43 4.68% 4.87% 1.03
10.0% 3.27 5.48% 5.83% 1.11
15.0% 3.81 6.34% 6.55% 1.19
20.0% 4.20 7.17% 7.16% 1.26
25.0% 4.55 7.92% 7.72% 1.34
30.0% 4.85 8.72% 8.22% 1.42
35.0% 5.11 9.59% 8.68% 1.50
40.0% 5.34 10.40% 9.09% 1.58
45.0% 5.60 11.11% 9.47% 1.65
50.0% 5.84 11.94% 9.81% 1.74
55.0% 6.08 12.72% 10.17% 1.82
60.0% 6.33 13.52% 10.49% 1.89
65.0% 6.56 14.31% 10.83% 1.97
70.0% 6.81 15.08% 11.13% 2.05
75.0% 7.08 15.94% 11.45% 2.13
80.0% 7.41 16.82% 11.83% 2.20
85.0% 7.81 17.63% 12.25% 2.27
90.0% 8.30 18.41% 12.78% 2.35
95.0% 9.10 19.27% 13.40% 2.43
97.5% 9.82 19.63% 13.88% 2.46
99.0% 10.54 19.85% 14.28% 2.48
99.5% 11.14 19.92% 14.50% 2.49
100.0% 13.54 20.00% 14.98% 2.50
ROIC vs Price to Book Value

Author Calculations

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Killexams : Declining Stock and Solid Fundamentals: Is The Market Wrong About Option Care Health, Inc. (NASDAQ:OPCH)?

Option Care Health (NASDAQ:OPCH) has had a rough three months with its share price down 16%. However, stock prices are usually driven by a company’s financial performance over the long term, which in this case looks quite promising. Particularly, we will be paying attention to Option Care Health's ROE today.

Return on equity or ROE is a key measure used to assess how efficiently a company's management is utilizing the company's capital. In short, ROE shows the profit each dollar generates with respect to its shareholder investments.

View our latest analysis for Option Care Health

How To Calculate Return On Equity?

The formula for return on equity is:

Return on Equity = Net Profit (from continuing operations) ÷ Shareholders' Equity

So, based on the above formula, the ROE for Option Care Health is:

13% = US$178m ÷ US$1.3b (Based on the trailing twelve months to September 2023).

The 'return' is the amount earned after tax over the last twelve months. That means that for every $1 worth of shareholders' equity, the company generated $0.13 in profit.

What Is The Relationship Between ROE And Earnings Growth?

So far, we've learned that ROE is a measure of a company's profitability. We now need to evaluate how much profit the company reinvests or "retains" for future growth which then gives us an idea about the growth potential of the company. Assuming all else is equal, companies that have both a higher return on equity and higher profit retention are usually the ones that have a higher growth rate when compared to companies that don't have the same features.

A Side By Side comparison of Option Care Health's Earnings Growth And 13% ROE

To start with, Option Care Health's ROE looks acceptable. And on comparing with the industry, we found that the the average industry ROE is similar at 13%. Consequently, this likely laid the ground for the impressive net income growth of 71% seen over the past five years by Option Care Health. However, there could also be other drivers behind this growth. For example, it is possible that the company's management has made some good strategic decisions, or that the company has a low payout ratio.

As a next step, we compared Option Care Health's net income growth with the industry, and pleasingly, we found that the growth seen by the company is higher than the average industry growth of 16%.


Earnings growth is a huge factor in stock valuation. The investor should try to establish if the expected growth or decline in earnings, whichever the case may be, is priced in. Doing so will help them establish if the stock's future looks promising or ominous. What is OPCH worth today? The intrinsic value infographic in our free research report helps visualize whether OPCH is currently mispriced by the market.

Is Option Care Health Making Efficient Use Of Its Profits?

Option Care Health doesn't pay any dividend currently which essentially means that it has been reinvesting all of its profits into the business. This definitely contributes to the high earnings growth number that we discussed above.


On the whole, we feel that Option Care Health's performance has been quite good. Specifically, we like that the company is reinvesting a huge chunk of its profits at a high rate of return. This of course has caused the company to see substantial growth in its earnings. With that said, the latest industry analyst forecasts reveal that the company's earnings growth is expected to slow down. Are these analysts expectations based on the broad expectations for the industry, or on the company's fundamentals? Click here to be taken to our analyst's forecasts page for the company.

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Sat, 21 Jan 2023 05:15:00 -0600 en-US text/html
Killexams : Fundamentals should start to matter again in stock market, says GMO's Ben Inker
Fundamentals should start to matter again in stock market, says GMO's Ben Inker

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GMO's Ben Inker joins 'Closing Bell Overtime' to discuss portfolio positioning in 2023, looking out for growth company traps, and the importance of Fed policy on the growth versus value debate.


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Killexams : Kids learn basketball fundamentals, life lessons at Jr. NBA Day

SALT LAKE CITY — As the NBA All-Star game returns to Salt Lake City for the first time in 30 years, the weekend festivities are also giving kids a chance to take the hardwood with some of the very best.

The sixth annual Jr. NBA Day took place at the Salt Palace Convention Center on Friday.

The three sessions during the morning and afternoon brought close to 2,000 students from six school districts in the greater Salt Lake area to learn the game of basketball from those who know it best.

"We've been doing this for decades, but I've got to say that this is our largest All-Star Junior NBA activation to date," said David Krichavsky, the head of youth basketball development for the NBA.

Krichavsky says this was the first event of this scale they have put on since the NBA All-Star game in Chicago, back in 2020, just before the COVID-19 pandemic.

"We've heard so much about the legacy of All-Star Weekend when it was here two decades ago and now to know that another generation of young people from Utah are going to be able to create those same kind of memories, the same kind of connection with our sport, the same kind of connection with the Jazz, we think that's something that's really quite special," said Krichavsky.

Former and current NBA players, along with players from the WNBA and NBA G-League, led the kids through on-court clinics.

Those clinics showed kids the fundamentals of the game, from passing and shooting to rebounding and defense.

Two of Utah's very own, Jazz guards Jordan Clarkson and Collin Sexton, took to the hardwood to teach the kids what they know about the game.

"This city has been a great experience for me," Clarkson said. "It's just great we are able to do this here and, you know, bring all the kids out and see all of this."

FOX 13 News asked Sexton about the impact he hoped to have on the youth during the event.

"Just show them: 'If I did, you can do it as well,' but also, just show them that sky's the limit — whatever you dream about, whatever you want to do in life, go do it," said Sexton.

Makiyah Smuin, a fifth grader at Morningside Elementary School, took part in the event.

"So much fun. I'm learning so much skills," said Smuin. "You get to run and play with your friends and shoot and then everybody yells 'yay!'"

Kellen Rendle, a fourth grader at Morningside Elementary School, was excited to meet the pros.

"The best part is I get to meet leaders that do great things too," said Rendle.

NBA officials tell FOX 13 News that about 15,000 kids will participate in the league's junior programs over the course of NBA All-Star weekend.

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Fri, 17 Feb 2023 11:46:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : Altria: Stock Chart And Fundamentals Suggest It Is Currently Undervalued
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Altria (NYSE:MO) is a well-established company in the tobacco industry with a long history of growth and resilience. The company recently released its Q4 2023 earnings report, with earnings per share coming in at $1.18, beating

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Mon, 13 Feb 2023 23:36:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : Avalanche (AVAX) price is up, but do fundamentals support the rally?

Avalanche (AVAX) witnessed a meteoric start to 2023, gaining 98% in 30 days, and traders are now curious about whether the rally will extend throughout February. AVAX’s year-to-date gains for 2023 have outpaced those of Bitcoin (BTC) and Ether (ETH).

Recent reasons for AVAX’s rally can be attributed to an Amazon partnership announcement on Jan. 11. The partnership is meant to easily deploy nodes on the Avalanche blockchain with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Ava Labs, which supports the Avalanche ecosystem, hopes the partnership increases blockchain usage for enterprises and governments.

While AVAX price has benefited from the news, some analysts predict that the move could have been a bull trap.

Let’s dig into the fundamentals to see if on-chain network activity supports the recent AVAX rally.

AVAX fees from DeFi are up

After the AWS news, AVAX price was not the only metric seeing a quick rise. On Jan. 14, Avalanche network hit a year-to-date high of $31,218 AVAX fees received. The increase in fees compared to the previous 30 days is 59%, signaling that positive price appreciation helped boost the fees that the network received.

Avalanche network fees and AVAX price. Source: TokenTerminal

While the Avalanche fee base is increasing, it still lags behind top EVM-compatible blockchains like Ethereum, Binance Chain (BNB), Optimism (OP) and Polygon (MATIC). Over the past 30 days, the fees Avalanche has generated rank 9th out of all blockchains.

Top blockchains sorted by fees. Source: TokenTerminal

Notably, layer-2 competitor Polygon earned close to four times the amount of fees compared to Avalanche. Even with the astounding growth thaAvalanche has experienced in 2023, the network will need to substantially increase fees to overtake more blockchains.

Active addresses and users are down

A sign of blockchain health is the number of active addresses, users and transactions. Despite reaching a year-to-date high on Jan. 18 of 1.84 million transactions, Avalanche’s transaction count is trending down.

A similar downtrend is witnessed when looking at active addresses in the Avalanche ecosystem. Active addresses denote transactions taking playing on unique wallets for a given day. After reaching a year-to-date peak of 54,978 active addresses on Jan. 31, only 34,624 active addresses were registered the following day.

Active addresses and transactions. Source: Avalanche

The downtrend in Avalanche activity is creating further separation between other blockchains. According to TokenTerminal, Avalanche’s all-time high (ATH) number of daily active users is 131,000, which is dwarfed by Polygon’s ATH of 737,000. Avalanche is now far from its all-time high of daily users, registering only 44,000.

Blockchains sorted by daily active users, Source: TokenTerminal

For blockchains to create sustainable fees, there needs to be daily active users participating on the network.

AAVE dominates Avalanche DApps

The active users on Avalanche seem to have a preference for using Aave (AAVE) on the AVAX blockchain. Over 36% of all Avalanche transactions flow through the Aave protocol. Investors have staked over $353 million on Aave’s Avalanche version, far surpassing the second-most popular protocol by Tested total locked value (TVL), the Trader Joe decentralized exchange (DEX).

Top Avalanche DApps. Source: DefiLlama

While Aave and Trader Joe are leading the Avalanche blockchain, when looking at DEX activity on other blockchains, they witness far less trading volume. DEX volume directly correlates to the fees that a protocol receives.

Ethereum DEX activity leads the way with over $1.6 billion in daily volume, whereas Avalance only sees around $104 million.

DEX activity by blockchain. Source: DefiLlama

While Avalanche is currently witnessing immense growth from the AWS announcement, the blockchain is still small compared to competitors. The goal of the AWS partnership was to help increase network activity by reducing barriers to entry. Reaching the goal may increase Avalanche adoption but other ecosystems seem to be out to a large and early lead.