Cymulate posted on 26 Feb 2020
Cymulate is awarded Gold in the Breach & Attack Simulation, Detection and Protection category by the Info Security PG’s Global Excellence Awards® and has won the Breach and Attack Simulation category in Cyber Defense Magazine’s InfoSec Awards 2020.
RISHON LEZION, Israel – February 26, 2020 – Cymulate, the most comprehensive SaaS-based Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) platform, today announced that it has been awarded Gold in the Breach & Attack Simulation, Detection and Protection category by the Info Security PG’s Global Excellence Awards® and has won the Breach and Attack Simulation category in Cyber Defense Magazine’s InfoSec Awards 2020.
“We’re delighted to be recognized by Cyber Defense Magazine and Infosecurity Products Guide Awards” says Eyal Wachsman, Co-founder and CEO of Cymulate. “The whole team is honored to receive these awards in recognition of our transformative approach to security testing and our commitment to providing customers with the means to measure and optimize their security posture in order to prevent cyber attacks and data breaches.”
“With cybercrime heading into the tens of billions of records stolen and potentially trillions of dollars in damages, we are proud to recognize Cymulate as an award-winning innovator that offers a new approach to defeat these criminals,” said Pierlugi Paganini, editor-in-chief, Cyber Defense Magazine.
Cymulate’s automated BAS offering delivers continuous testing across the full kill-chain, including the ability to run the industry’s first agentless APT simulation. Having recently solidified its leadership position in the BAS arena, their user-friendly approach is swiftly being adopted by enterprises across the US and Europe.
Media Contact for Cymulate:
Diane Mckaye, Silicon Valley Communications
+44 7771 926726
Cymulate is a SaaS-based breach and attack simulation platform that makes it simple to know and optimize your security posture any time, all the time, and empowers companies to safeguard their business-critical assets. With just a few clicks, Cymulate challenges your security controls by initiating thousands of attack simulations, showing you exactly where you’re exposed and how to fix it—making security continuous, fast and part of every-day activities.
For more information, visit www.cymulate.com and register for a Free Trial.
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