Like Trytomakeabuck posted it was an insider buy done by our new board member Mr. De Jong. Analysts covering the stock (which is impressive in itself) have it a moderate buy but that is still a buy and it could go to Strong Buy very quickly. Those who are waiting to get back in after tax loss selling could be in for bad news as our products seem to be garnering attention in quite a few areas. Paradigm and Raymond James have both bought and they are the houses covering. Further government procurement announced recently and more coming in April. Likely more announcements coming. We have a SOA with PWGSC Canada which seems to confirm Canadian buying is coming. I would like to see the cost at 200 but as has been pointed out as demand grows price will likely lower. Once subscribed Mobikey updates may be free. I pay a lot 600 a year just for my internet in rural Manitoba so what they are asking is not unreasonable to have security when travelling. Christmas is coming. Here is the right up for those who want a quick review.
MobiKEY Classic 2 (MC2) - Identity Validation Device
The Route1 MobiKEY Classic 2 (MC2) device is an identity validation tool that simplifies the access component, while the MobiNET and DEFIMNET platforms universally manage the identities of users and entitlement to digital resources through software application software such as TruOFFICE and TruOFFICE VDI.
MC2 allows users to securely access data remotely without the need for expensive communications packages or cumbersome hardware. This patented solution is embedded on a smartcard enabled, cryptographic USB device, making it one of the most powerful and easy-to-use multi-factor authentication technologies available today.
Completely clientless and driverless, MC2 ensures that the user leaves no trace or evidence of their computing session on the Guest computer, while protecting the enterprise network from any viruses, malware and even software keyboard loggers. All enterprise files stay within the enterprise firewalls, simplifying security policy enforcement.
MC2 minimizes information security risks by eliminating the need for users to carry a laptop or other mobile devices loaded with enterprise data and applications. If MC2 is lost or stolen, enterprise networks cannot be compromised in any way - unlike other portable devices which can be used to store sensitive enterprise data and can easily put organizations at risk.
Just as a credit card or cell phone service can be suspended or cancelled when loss or theft occurs, digital certificates assigned by the MobiNET or DEFIMNET platforms can also be temporarily suspended or permanently revoked. The added advantage over the loss of a laptop or other mobile computing device is that no enterprise data is stored on the smartcard of MC2.