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$180K | 1 yr ago

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About Cylera

Cylera operates as a company focused on internet of things (IoT) cybersecurity, specifically within the healthcare sector. The company offers a platform that provides asset management, risk analysis, threat detection, and other cybersecurity solutions for IoT devices in healthcare institutions. Its services primarily cater to the healthcare industry. It was founded in 2017 and is based in New York, New York.

Headquarters Location

1 Rockefeller Plaza 11th Floor

New York, New York, 10010,

United States




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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Cylera in 3 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Feb 20, 2024.

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Cylera Patents

Cylera has filed 2 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • computer network security
  • computer networking
  • network protocols
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Computer network security, Network management, Network protocols, Computer networking, System administration


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Latest Cylera News

Digital Health’s monthly roundup of contracts and go lives

Jan 26, 2024

The PHR will initially allow people in Devon to book and amend appointments for contraception, sexual health and HIV services online. Longer term, it is hoped it will enable patients to manage other areas of their sexual health – for example, contraception and STI testing by post and self-taken histories. The digital transformation project will help to improve patient access and autonomy and it is hoping it will also deliver significant efficiency savings for the service. The solution has been designed to meet Devon Sexual Health Service’s bespoke needs and to replace three separate EPRs that were in use across multiple clinics. The  Inform Health  solutions are now live at the Exeter and Barnstaple clinics, with Torbay expected to follow suit early this year. Sheffield Children’s goes live with System C EPMA The move from paper drug cards to CMM has so far taken place across 10 inpatient areas at the trust. Phase two will focus on the remaining inpatient areas, outpatients, the emergency department, Becton Centre and Ryegate Children’s Centre. By integrating CMM with its patient administration system (PAS) and other care coordination solutions, Sheffield Children’s is looking to advance its digital maturity, improve the inpatient process and provide a more transparent solution to medicines management. HoloCare to launch at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Having gained UKCA and CE mark certification, surgical health tech startup HoloCare is launching into five UK and EU hospitals , helping surgeons to carry out operations more efficiently and accurately. In the UK, the surgical hologram technology will be deployed at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. The software creates interactive 3D holograms of individual patient’s organs, enabling surgeons to precisely plan and personalise surgeries to the patient’s unique anatomy. By delivering improved spatial awareness ahead of operations, surgeons can perform more efficiently and accurately which will help improve waiting time, patient surgery outcomes and improve clinician wellbeing. The mixed reality and AI-powered platform will initially be used to improve the quality of planning for complex liver resections – where part of the liver tissue is removed. This type of surgery is commonly used in the treatment of liver cancer and bowel cancer. Cylera and Integra e-Quip partner to improve cyber defence in health This week we reported that Cylera, a global leader in healthcare IoT asset intelligence and security, has strategically partnered with Integra e-Quip , a leading provider of Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS), to streamline cybersecurity protection and asset management solutions for Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) and IoT environments in healthcare organisations. The partnership will bring interconnected hospital and healthcare environments a fully integrated asset management and centralised cybersecurity system for continuous visibility with granular device data, accurate risk profiling, comprehensive inventory, and extensive threat mitigation. Users of  e-Quip  with  Cylera  can now gain automated discovery, classification, and inventory management for all their connected IoMT assets. Birmingham Women’s and Children’s awards EPR contract to Epic The first of its kind, BWC is the leading women’s and children’s trust, providing 63 ‘highly specialised’ and ‘specialised’ services, commissioned by NHS England, to women, children and young people, both regionally and nationally. The EPR solution will provide a new core clinical information system for BWC and will replace current IT systems, including existing patient administration systems and a number of legacy specialty systems. The legacy systems preceded the formation of the trust in 2017 following the merger of the Birmingham Women’s Hospital and Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Related Posts

Cylera Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Cylera founded?

    Cylera was founded in 2017.

  • Where is Cylera's headquarters?

    Cylera's headquarters is located at 1 Rockefeller Plaza, New York.

  • What is Cylera's latest funding round?

    Cylera's latest funding round is Angel.

  • How much did Cylera raise?

    Cylera raised a total of $15.98M.

  • Who are the investors of Cylera?

    Investors of Cylera include Gaingels, DreamIt Ventures, Contour Venture Partners, Great Oaks Venture Capital, Red Bear Angels and 11 more.

  • Who are Cylera's competitors?

    Competitors of Cylera include ForeScout and 6 more.


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