BANGALORE- December 15, 2023 – Cymulate, the leader in exposure management and security validation, announced today that Lee Weiner, former Chief Innovation Officer at Rapid7, has joined the Cymulate board of directors.
The Cymulate board contains leaders across the cybersecurity industry, all of whom are focused on shaping the growth, product strategy and go-to-market priorities of Cymulate.
“Through our growth and product innovation, Cymulate is able to attract proven cybersecurity product leaders like Lee to our board,” said Eyal Wachsman, CEO and Co-Founder of Cymulate. “Lee has deftly taken cybersecurity products to market and understands the need for cyber programs to implement exposure management and security validation. His deep industry experience, knowledge and leadership are invaluable assets, and we are fortunate to have him on our board of directors.”
Weiner brings more than 25 years of experience within the B2B software market, with a specialization in cybersecurity technology. Prior to joining Cymulate, Weiner was the Chief Innovation Officer at Rapid7 and over his 11 years with Rapid7 played key roles in helping the company transform its product portfolio while scaling to thousands of customers. He also held senior positions with LogMeIn, Symantec and Netegrity. His wealth of knowledge in the cybersecurity space includes expertise in risk assessment, identity management and threat detection. Weiner also has significant experience leading companies from early stage through to IPO and beyond – from a single product to multi-product portfolios while driving motivation, alignment and change.
“As a result of an ever-evolving threat landscape, maintaining cybersecurity resilience through continuous assessing and testing is critical to companies around the world,” said Weiner. “Cymulate is a formidable leader in proactive cybersecurity and an innovator in the growing market of exposure management. I am excited to join the board of Cymulate to help the company continue to meet customer needs of an ever-changing threat landscape where continuous, automated security assessment and risk mitigation is needed to keep up with increasing attacks.”