Shares of Akamai Technologies posted their biggest gain in a year after the internet infrastructure company posted third quarter earnings. CEO Tom Leighton joined Cheddar to discuss the results and what will drive revenue and earnings growth going forward. The company saw a 27% gain in revenues for its cloud security business. Leighton explains how the security breaches from this past year have bolstered that unit, making it the division seeing the biggest growth in the current quarter. Akamai also saw a boost in its Web Division, which Leighton says counts the vast majority of Fortune 5000 companies as clients. The unit, which reported revenues of $328 million in the latest quarter, accounts for nearly 53% of the company's total sales. There was a small pullback in Akamai's Media revenue, though. The unit, which helps customers bring video content online, saw sales fall by about a percent. But Leighton says the company is poised to capture more market share content goes online. The unit is also signing up new customers -- in August, Nintendo used the Akamai technology to simultaneously release its mobile game "Super Mario Run" and its new Switch console.