Cybercrime is evolving at drammatic speed and at every moment, hackers and attackers are figuring out new strategies to compromise organizations and industries. The cybersecurity sector must not fall behind these attackers.

GREYCORTEX is happy to announce the latest version of GREYCORTEX MENDEL; Version 2.9.0. This version includes several new important features: the first is the Flow Exporter, which gives you the possibility to export flows from MENDEL to your SIEM solution.

GREYCORTEX is happy to announce that CEO and Co-Owner Petr Chaloupka was named to the New Europe 100 (NE100). The list is made up of individuals selected by the Financial Times, Google, the Visegrad Fund, and Res Publica.

GREYCORTEX is happy to announce that our MENDEL network security tool is now part of the Brno University of Technology (VUT) cybersecurity program.

“Threat hunting,” or “cyber threat hunting” is the process of proactively and iteratively searching through networks and datasets to detect threats that evade existing automated tools and is done by a threat hunter or security analyst.

GREYCORTEX is happy to report that it is able to detect the BadRabbit ransomware. This ransomware appeared in Eastern Europe (Russia, Ukraine) but has begun to spread across several countries including South Korea, Poland, the Baltic, and regions.

The success continues for GREYCORTEX. This time, the team was first overall at the Pitch Competition at the 3rd Annual European Cybersecurity Forum held in Krakow, Poland on October 10th and 11th, 2017.

We are happy to announce the latest version of GREYCORTEX MENDEL. Version 2.8 includes three new important features: the first is the Event Collector.

GREYCORTEX took home the top prize in its category at the Czech Finals of the 2017 Central European Startup Awards (CESA). The Czech final,  held on September 25th in Prague, recognized GREYCORTEX as the Best AI Startup in the country.

Today, September 8, 2017, Equifax, one of the largest credit reporting agencies in the United States, has disclosed that they suffered a massive data breach because their network was compromised by unknown hackers.