CTalk: The Most Complex Cyber Threats Come From China, Russia, and Even Iran, Says Cybereason CTO
Yonathan Striem-Amit, co-founder and chief technology officer of cybersecurity company Cybereason, spoke to CTech reporter Adi Pick at the CyberTech Global conference taking place in Tel Aviv this week
Yonathan Striem-Amit, co-founder and chief technology officer of cybersecurity company Cybereason Inc., spoke to CTech reporter Adi Pick about where, geographically, the most complex cyberattacks come from and how cyber companies are able to keep up with the latest threats.
Founded in 2012 by Israeli military intelligence veterans, Cybereason specializes in endpoint detection and response software. Cybereason’s software collects and analyzes data about programs running on the computer networks of organizations, files accessed by users, and even keystrokes and mouse movements to detect hackers operating on the network. The company employs a team of around 500 people, 200 of whom in Tel Aviv.
In August, Cybereason announced Japan’s Softbank Group invested $200 million in the company, bringing its total funding raised to date to $400 million.