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Cybersecurity Leader from Slovakia to Build the Next Hub of the Industry

ESET’s future green campus and company headquarters cost will rise to approximately 100 million Euro

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It’s a five out of five for ESET Endpoint Security

ESET Endpoint Security recently earned five out of five stars in every category following a review by SC Magazine

Latest Press Releases

How to increase the value of solutions your organization develops?

Stop by the ESET booth #1401, South expo at RSA 2018, to talk to ESET professionals about how the ESET Anti-malware SDK can help organizations increase the value of services used and developed.

ESET’s response to NSS Labs Advanced Endpoint Protection test results

ESET global security evangelist Tony Anscombe posts a response to recent NSS Labs Advanced Endpoint Protection test results.

ESET goes for gold in third-party performance validation tests

ESET recently received high praise from not just one but two independent testing organisations – commending ESET’s low rate of false positives and low system impact across ESET’s security solutions...

ESET launches ESET Smart TV Security to protect smart TV users from rising malware threats

Smart TVs are increasingly becoming prime targets for malware attacks. Learn how you can protect yours with ESET Smart TV Security.


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Google fined €50 million for violating EU data privacy rules

France’s data protection watchdog issues the first major penalty under the EU’s new privacy regime

Email security does not end with your password

A strong password is a great start, but there are more ways to make sure that your email is as secure as possible

Twitter bug may have exposed private tweets of Android users for years

If you use Twitter for Android and want your tweets to be private, you may want to play safe and review your settings

Two men charged with hacking into SEC in stock-trading scheme

The hacking duo is believed to have exploited a software flaw and compromised several SEC workstations with malware in order to take early peeks at financial disclosures

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