LONDON, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Cybersecurity firm Avast
said on Wednesday it expected full-year organic revenue to grow
at the upper end of its forecast after a strong first half,
the work-from-home trend.
The company said adjusted core earnings for the first half
rose 2.1% to $241.4 million, beating analyst expectations of
$237.3 million, on revenue up 1.5% to $433.1 million, also
slightly head of expectations.
It said it now expected its organic revenue to grow at the
upper end of its previously stated mid-single digit percentage
(Reporting by Paul Sandle; editing by Kate Holton)