Our adversaries are advancing faster than the industry. We can only reverse this advantage by working together and tapping into diverse ways of thinking.
Cybereason supports STEM education programs, including HSE XX Coders summer camp, a division of Long Island Women in Tech.
If you have a STEM education or other youth organization that could use support or sponsorship, please contact us.
Cybereason is solving some of the most complex technology challenges of our time. We can only do this by unlocking the full potential of ALL our people. To fully express their talents, our employees deserve the most open, affirming workplace possible.
UbU reflects our commitment to deliver on this goal.
While creating our enterprise-level anti-ransomware software, one of our developers created a happy byproduct: RansomFree, a completely free ransomware protection software. In under 12 months, 500,000 individuals, non-profits, and small businesses have downloaded RansomFree and protected themselves from hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of dollars of potential ransom.
In 2016, ransomware attacks cost individuals and businesses more than $1 billion. That number is estimated to reach $5 billion by the end of 2017. Ransomware is the fastest growing cyber threat today.
As cyber attacks continue to proliferate across the globe, Cybereason created SecureMA, an initiative to bring together Greater Boston's vibrant community of small businesses and non-profit organizations to raise the visibility of cybersecurity issues that impact them on a day-to-day basis, and share resources and tools about the best way to strengthen cybersecurity at the local level.
To strengten our ties between our founding location of Israel and our global headquarters of Boston, Cybereason recently hosted the first Woman2Woman (W2W) delegation to Boston. The delegation comprised of young professional Israeli women who are IDF unit 8200 alums and rising leaders across in a variety of industries in Israel.