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Cybereason is a company which provides tools to detect, visualize and destroy cyber attacks in real time. The Company offers a cloud-based endpoint detection and cyber-security platform to protect companies from advanced attacks. Its platform is powered by a custom-built in-memory graph, an automated hunting engine, and detects behavioral patterns across every endpoint.
HQBoston, US
Employee Ratings3.5

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Employees (est.) (May 2019)463

Key People/Management at Cybereason

Lior Div

Lior Div

CEO & Co-Founder
Yossi Naar

Yossi Naar

CVO & Co-Founder
Yonatan Striem-Amit

Yonatan Striem-Amit

CTO & Co-Founder
Andy Byron

Andy Byron

Chief Revenue Officer
Shai Horovitz

Shai Horovitz

CEO Cybereason Japan; Global Head of Business Development
Emmy Linder

Emmy Linder

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Cybereason Office Locations

Cybereason has offices in Boston, London, Minato, North Sydney and in 1 other location
Boston, US (HQ)
200 Clarendon Street, 18th Floor
North Sydney, AU
100 Walker St
Tel Aviv-Yafo, IL
Yigal Alon Street 94 Alon Towers 1, 38th floor
Minato, JP
1-9-2 Higashi-Shimbashi
London, GB
3 Lloyd's Ave, 2nd floor
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Cybereason Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


Cybereason total Funding

$188.6 m

Cybereason latest funding size

$100 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Cybereason investors

Cybereason's latest funding round in June 2017 was reported to be $100 m. In total, Cybereason has raised $188.6 m. Cybereason's latest valuation is reported to be $850 m.
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Cybereason Revenue

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Cybereason Operating Metrics

Cybereason's Active Users was reported to be 700 k in Mar, 2018.
Aug, 2017Mar, 2018

Active Users

350 k700 k

Incidents Tracked per Second

8 m


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Cybereason Online and Social Media Presence

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Cybereason News and Updates

Global Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) Software Market,Companies mentioned in the research report Fidelis Cybersecurity, Trend Micro Inc., Cybereason Inc., Intel Corporation, Digital Guardian Inc., Guidance Software, Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., EMC Co

The emergence of IoT and failure of signature based antivirus systems will also generate significant demand for these solutions. With the excessive usage of mobile devices, the number of threats witnessed on mobile endpoints has been augmenting. The rise in Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend across …

Cybereason and Fujitsu Limited Partner to Resell its Deep Hunting Platform to Detect Cyber Attacks in Realtime

Fujitsu Limited Selects Cybereason's Award-Winning EDR & Cybersecurity Analytics Platform for its Customer Base BOSTON, Nov. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Cybereason, creators of the leading cybersecurity end-to-end AI Hunting Platform, is partnering with Fujitsu Limited, one of the world's...

Returning the power to your security teams with threat hunting

By combining threat hunting with existing security infrastructure, your organisation's security team can effectively deal with threats before they cause real damage.

We need to talk about Ransomware

Like bandits lurking in the shadows of the internet, cyber criminals are holding us to ransom. Are we equipped to pay the price, or take a gamble on the forfeit for non-compliance? Taking the latest Cerber Ransomware threat as an example, Charl van der Walt, Chief Security Strategy Officer at Secure…

Softbank ups investment in security AI firm Cybereason

Softbank has upped its investment in security firm Cybereason, as the focus on artificial intelligence continues.

Cybereason Blogs

Excel4.0 Macros - Now with Twice The Bits!

RESEARCH BY PHILIP TSUKERMAN  Excel 4.0 macros (XLM), the older, awkward sibling of VBA, have been the focus of a couple of interesting offensive techniques. Since Stan Hegt and Pieter Ceelen of Outflank first played with the feature, and we have abused it for a funny little lateral mov…

GandCrab's new Evasive Infection Chain

Research by: Assaf Dahan and Ryuzo Okudera

Threat Actor TA505 Targets Financial Enterprises Using LOLBins and a New Backdoor Malware

Research By: Eli Salem  The cybersecurity community has long known that any information technology tool that is used for legitimate purposes can also be manipulated by attackers to enhance their malware. Recently, however, many native Windows OS processes are being used for malicious pu…

How to Generate a Hypothesis for a Threat Hunt

 Increasingly in recent years, security teams have taken to threat hunting as a way to proactively identify and close gaps in their defense. While a large number of attacks can be prevented with automated security, the attacks that can evade it are often extremely damaging. This is where…

A One-two Punch of Emotet, TrickBot, & Ryuk Stealing & Ransoming Data

Notable Elements of the Attack This campaign adapts Emotet as a dropper for the TrickBot trojan. TrickBot then steals sensitive information and downloads the Ryuk ransomware. This research gives unique detail to each phase of the campaign, from Emotet’s use as an infrastructure to …

Triple Threat: Emotet Deploys TrickBot to Steal Data & Spread Ryuk

Research by Noa Pinkas, Lior Rochberger, and Matan Zatz Cybereason’s Active Monitoring and Hunting teams have uncovered a severe threat that uses the Emotet trojan and the TrickBot trojan to deliver the Ryuk ransomware. During the past few weeks, the Cybereason Active Monitoring team ha…
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Cybereason Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Cybereason founded?

    Cybereason was founded in 2012.

  • Who are Cybereason key executives?

    Cybereason's key executives are Lior Div, Yossi Naar and Yonatan Striem-Amit.

  • How many employees does Cybereason have?

    Cybereason has 463 employees.

  • Who are Cybereason competitors?

    Competitors of Cybereason include Rapid7, Malwarebytes and FireEye.

  • Where is Cybereason headquarters?

    Cybereason headquarters is located at 200 Clarendon Street, 18th Floor, Boston.

  • Where are Cybereason offices?

    Cybereason has offices in Boston, London, Minato, North Sydney and in 1 other location.

  • How many offices does Cybereason have?

    Cybereason has 5 offices.