Data433 Risk Mitigations, Inc. (OTC Pink: ATDS) is a micro-cap company with high ambitions. And investors are starting to take notice, recently bidding the stock higher believing the current share price does not fairly reflect its intrinsic value. Further, despite a 65% YTD gain, investors could be expecting an even bigger move after the massive hack to the Microsoft Exchange exposed data security vulnerabilities. That breach affected at least 30,000 users in the US and more than 250,000 worldwide. Moreover, it exposed that even the most prominent companies in the world are susceptible to hackers, opening the door for smaller companies to offer more secure data storage solutions. Indeed, it was a bad day for Microsoft.
But, their pain could become Data443 Risk Mitigation, Inc.’s gain. And in the world of data security and solutions services providers, being small can be an advantage. Thus, don’t rule out this nano-cap stocks opportunity. In fact, to seize upon an opening, ATDS recently offered a free trial program of its hack-free email resiliency services. That product allows clients to experience an added degree of privacy, protection, and overall upgraded services and capabilities offered by Data443. The company is extending the offer to organizations impacted by the hack and those interested in potentially better security solutions.
That exposure could help introduce additional data433 products and services.
Data433 Risk Mitigations Is Growing
Data433 already offers an impressive line of products and services. In fact, its mass privacy, discovery, and archiving solution, Data Archive Manager®, is already trusted and used by hundreds of organizations to manage and protect petabytes of stored data. Moreover, with the Microsoft Exchange attack showing gaps in email security, IT managers may take a more substantial look at Data Archive Manager’s® ability to store data content in repositories that are not subject to the current vulnerabilities announced by Microsoft (MSFT). Better still, Data433 is doing well to make known that its platform protects against the execution of any virus, macro vulnerabilities, or ransomware packages embedded in datasets. And that’s just a single product. ATDS has more.
Actually, Data443 Risk Mitigation, Inc. has a lot more and has built itself into an impressive one-stop-shop that offers leading Data Privacy Solutions for All Things Data Security™. Moreover, unlike larger competitors, ATDS creates tailored software and services solutions that enable clients to secure data transfer across local devices, networks, the cloud, and/or databases. That’s a big deal when it comes to security, as one size does not fit all. It can also be a deciding factor for clients that need specific solutions to combat hackers who are becoming more sophisticated in designing malware.
Its newly acquired data archiving platform, ArcMail, is its latest product to its arsenal. ArcMail is expected to have an immediate impact on revenues. And it should. The ArcMail product provides customers an extensive choice of cost-effective, easy-to-use archiving solutions and is a vital tool to categorize and protect critical data. Other products are meeting demand.
ARALOC™ is another innovative product. And as a market-leading, secure, cloud-based platform for managing, protecting, and distributing digital content to desktop and mobile devices, it also fills a need in a substantial global market. Its DATAEXPRESS® product is a leading data transport, transformation, and delivery product trusted by financial organizations worldwide. Finally, ClassiDocs® is an award-winning data classification and governance technology that supports CCPA, LGPD, and GDPR compliance. A targeted ClassiDocs™ for Blockchain products adds an active implementation feature for the Ripple XRP token that protects transactions from inadvertent disclosure and data leaks.
Combining the market opportunities that ATDS can reach through its diversified product arsenal, at roughly a penny a share, the stock may be substantially undervalued. But having a robust product mix is one element for success. Generating revenues is a second.
And ATDS announced a strong Q3, with a Q4 update expected soon.
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Record Revenues And Balance Sheet Improvement
Here’s what investors won’t see in most penny-stock reports- revenues. But, ATDS broke from the mold by delivering a record-setting Q3 that finished with a revenue-generating tailwind going into Q4. Those results (Q4), which are likely to be announced this month, could produce a consecutive record-setting milestone. They also will combine with impressive balance sheet improvements.
To compliment an expected record-setting business performance, Data433 announced in February that it eliminated $10 million in derivative liabilities and reduced operating expenses by 35%. Thus, the dollars taken in will have a more significant impact on the ability to expand operations. Better still, with the financial cleanup, the company is a giant step closer to meeting requirements to uplist to a NASDAQ exchange. Helping that cause, in its third-quarter, ATDS reported an increase in shareholders’ equity of $12.5 million, paid down roughly $500,000 in acquisition debt, and recorded its highest quarterly bookings ever. Thus, to say the company isn’t hitting its stride may be off the mark.
Admittedly, penny stocks don’t get much respect, and there will be as many bears as there are bulls. But, despite the bumps and bruises along the way, good companies evolve and take advantage of opportunities. And Data433 certainly is in a position to capitalize on several near-term opportunities.
Best of all, the company is in the right market at the right time. And with the market in need of better data security solutions, the ball is in their court to maximize its shots on goal. Thus, the coming weeks and quarters could potentially be transformational for Data433 Risk Mitigation, Inc. That potential keeps this stock interesting.
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