The researchers showed a proof-of-concept UEFI ransomware at the event but fortunately they've worked with Gigabyte, American Megatrends (MAI) and CERT/CC to fix the bugs in time. Gigabyte will issue updates very soon, except for devices that reached EOL:
Cylance researchers said they've identified these flaws at the start of the year, and have worked with Gigabyte, American Megatrends Inc. (AMI), and CERT/CC to fix the flaws in time.Via: Bleeping Computer
Affected Gigabyte devices include GB-BSi7H-6500 (firmware version vF6), and GB-BXi7-5775 (firmware version vF2).
Gigabyte is expected to release firmware vF7 for GB-BSi7H-6500 devices in the upcoming days. The GB-BXi7-5775 line is not being produced anymore and has reached EOL (End Of Life), so Gigabyte won't be releasing a new firmware for this series.