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FireEye's Future: 6 Reasons Analysts Are Skeptical About The Security Vendor's Outlook

Security vendor FireEye faces challenges from steepening competition to channel conflict, investors and analysts said after the company's Q3 earnings call. Here are some of their concerns.

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Executive Shuffle

FireEye has seen some top-level executive changes in recent months, including the departure of CFO Michael Sheridan in July, and the poaching of EMEA Chief Technology Officer Greg Day and federal sales Vice President Nick Urick by Palo Alto Networks in September and October, respectively. The CFO slot was filled by Michael Berry, the CTO position by Ryan Brichant, and David Ramirez was brought on to lead federal sales. On the FireEye's earnings call last week, analysts asked if they should be worried about the recent changes. CEO DeWalt said executive departures are to be expected in any company, especially in security, where there is a lot of money and demand for top-notch talent. DeWalt said FireEye is having "no trouble hiring" and believes it is upgrading its talent across the board with each new executive addition.

"I think it's a great chance for us to upgrade our business," DeWalt said. "Would I be worried as an investor? Of course. It's never good to see adjustments like this. But I can tell you ... across the board, we're constantly improving."

 
 
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