The stakes are higher and the battles more complicated in the cyber security arms race due to the proliferation of the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT), experts say.
Rakon hopes IoT play will boost its floundering shares. With special feature audio.
"The great thing about IoT for Brent & Darren Robinson is that it keeps the ball rolling for a company that has a flat return on capital (and very in the red on a risk-adjusted basis), but pays each $732,484 & $600,390 per anum"
First it was radio communications, then GPS, then cellphones and now it's the Internet of Things. With special feature audio.
"It certainly does have a history of reinventing itself, all of which have been abject failures for the return on investment for shareholders. Year after year, loss after loss, the only difference is in what market sector Rakon losses the money"