Who we are
WE ARE ON A BOLD MISSION TO DISRUPT FINANCIAL CYBERCRIME
With technology, a global setup and some of the best talents in their fields we challenge the status quo for the benefit of victims, businesses, and society.
Cybercrime is low risk, low investment, and high return. Not surprisingly then, illegal financial gain is one of the biggest reasons for cyber-attacks. According to Cybersecurity Ventures the result is a predicated USD 10 Trillion of damages by 2025. Our vision is to change that.
CYBERA was founded based on our CEO’s many years of experience in law enforcement, as a public prosecutor specializing in fighting financial cybercrime. His frustration with the lack of support for victims, who lost significant funds due to cybercrime attacks, highlighted an opportunity in enabling access to cybercrime data for prevention purposes.
Today, we are a global company, with a “Swiss made” DNA of quality standards and trust. Our solutions allow institutions to help victims of cybercrime and prevent further attacks.
Despite all the measures taken to combat financial cybercrime, the opportunities for criminals are still increasing. Both governments and the private sector, are overwhelmed by the scale and international scope of cybercrime incidents. Cybercriminals don’t stop at international borders and neither do we.
CYBERA’s innovative approach, provides collaboration across sectors and industries to overcome these hurdles. It’s time to seriously use technology to fight back: globally, data-driven, fast, and effectively.
As such, CYBERA is setting a new standard for customers who have become victims of financial cybercrime, and unprecedented sharing of non-public cybercrime data within our ecosystem in real-time.
We are a global team with HQ in NYC
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Cybercrime prevention backed by
VALUE OF ACCOUNTS FROZEN $1M
FRAUDULENT ACCOUNTS FLAGGED 4K+
WATCHLISTED AML DATA POINTS 50K+
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