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Following the weekend's global ransomware attacks, we invite you to join our team at the webinar, "WannaCry & Other Ransomware: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow." You can register for the webinar, here. The webinar will take place on Wednesday, May 24th at 11:00 am EDT.

In the webinar, we will discuss:
• Ransomware – an evolutionary analysis
• WannaCry, UIWix and other variants of the moment
• Best practices: how organizations can deal with tomorrow’s threats

The webinar is geared toward CISOs, Security Managers, Security Architects, and others responsible for implementing organizational IT security solutions.

*NOTE: Attendees must use a corporate email address to register.

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Cynet Offers Free Ransomware Protection to UK-based Healthcare Institutions

Following the weekend’s global WannaCry ransomware attacks, Cynet is offering a free license to its
advanced detection, protection and response platform, including comprehensive ransomware
protection, to hospitals, HMOs and other healthcare organizations in the United Kingdom.

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL — Monday, May 15, 2017

Cynet, pioneers of the advanced threat detection and response platform,
announced today that it will be providing a free license to the Cynet 360 platform, including
comprehensive ransomware protection, to any UK-based healthcare organization that requests
assistance. The Cynet 360 platform and ransomware protection solution is geared towards
organizations of at least 250 endpoints, and up to tens of thousands of endpoints.

NHS healthcare facilities in the UK were effectively crippled by Friday’s attacks, whose fallout
continues to be seen, especially as organizations brace for hackers’ expected second version of
the WannaCry ransomware – one that is said not to contain the ‘kill switch’ which allowed for
the neutralization of the original ransomware worm.

Hospitals, pharmacies and doctors’ offices that were attacked are dealing with the
consequences, as those that were not attacked scramble to install Microsoft patch MS 17-010,
which was put out in March.

The rapidly spreading ransomware, also known as WanaCrypt0r 2.0, WCry, and WannaCry,
among other names, was spotted in the wild by Cynet security researchers early Friday.

“We work closely with healthcare organizations throughout the world and realize the
immeasurable cost – both in human hardship and financial damage – that this ransomware can
cause,” said Cynet CEO Eyal Gruner. “We hope that organizations will take us up on this offer.
We believe the fight to secure the cybersphere is part cooperation, part education, and part
advanced technology – and we would like to share what we can in all of those.”

Cynet’s 24/7 CyOps team of security researchers continues to closely monitor developments of
the ransomware, and organizations that have implemented the Cynet 360 platform have not
been compromised by WannaCry.

The Cynet 360 platform ensures that an organization stays immune from attack without the
need for updates, signatures, IOCs or modifications of any kind

How Cynet 360 Stops WannaCry Ransomware

  • Cynet utilizes a behavioral analysis and correlation engine, protecting the endpoint and
    rapidly detecting and terminating WannaCry.
  • Cynet 360 deploys across tens of thousands of endpoints in as little as 2-hours,
    providing time critical security to largescale organizations.
  • The Cynet 360 platform’s CyOps team provides 24/7 SOC monitoring for expert eyes-onglass

In addition to comprehensive ransomware protection, healthcare organizations utilizing the
free license will have complimentary access to all the capabilities of the Cynet 360 platform
including Endpoint Detection & Response, User & Entity Behavior Analytics, Network Analytics,
Incident Response, Threat Intelligence, Forensics, Deception and more.

Watch Cynet 360 stop WannaCry ransomware

Cynet invites you to register for the webinar, 'Simplifying Detection & Response.'

Date: Tuesday, April 25th

Time: 9am and 12 noon EDT

In this webinar, we will examine the typical day in life of a security analyst working in corporate America and how using the comprehensive Cynet 360 platform allows her to:

  • Prevent breaches by decreasing the time to detect and remediate attacks
  • Improve security posture by blocking high-impact threats
  • Gather and process better intelligence at all phases of the attacks

The webinar is geared toward Cyber Security Managers, Security Analysts, Security Architects, Incident Responders and others responsible for implementing cyber security solutions.

Register for the webinar ‘Simplifying Detection & Response.’

*NOTE: Attendees must use a corporate email address to register.

Cynet and sister-company BugSec, will be holding a series of informational seminars, geared toward CISOs.

The BugSec-Cynet CISO Seminars will kick off on March 16, 2017, in Israel, with the first meeting in the series. The subject of the first seminar will be Incident Response Management. To register to attend the seminar, email:

Cynet has been named a winner in the 2017 Infosecurity Products Guide Global Excellence Awards. Cynet was Gold winner in the Startup of the Year category, and Bronze winner in APT Detection & Response, and Innovation in Enterprise Security categories.

Cynet was named a Finalist in the 2017 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards in the categories Threat Detection, Intelligence & Response; and Best Cybersecurity Startup.

Cynet will be at Cybertech 2017 in Tel Aviv, January 30th - February 1st. Drop us a line to set up a meeting - email:  See you at Cybertech!

Cynet will be participating at the following 2017 IANS Forums, we hope to see you there:
New York City – March 20-21
Washington, D.C. – April 12-13
Minneapolis – April 26-27
Dallas – June 21-22
For more information, or to register:

Cynet will be participating at the 2017 RSA Conference in San Francisco, February 13-17. Drop us a line if you would like to meet! Email us at:

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