ESET® DYNAMIC THREAT DEFENSE

Prevent zero-day threats with powerful cloud-based sandboxing

110m+
users worldwide

400k+
business customers

200+
countries & territories

13
global R&D centers

ESET Dynamic Threat Defense

provides another layer of security for ESET products like Mail Security and Endpoint products by utilizing a cloud-based sandboxing technology to detect new, never before seen type of threats. Future proof your company IT security with:

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Behavior-based Detection

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Machine Learning

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Zero-day Threats Detection

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Cloud Sandbox


Multilayered protection

Within ESET Dynamic Threat Defenses, ESET utilizes 3 different machine learning models once a file is submitted. After this process the sample is run through a full sandbox which simulates user behavior to trick anti-evasive techniques.

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Unparalleled speed

Every minute counts. That is why ESET Dynamic Threat Defense is designed to analyze the majority of samples in under 5 minutes. If samples were previously analyzed, it simply takes a few seconds until all devices at your organization are protected.

Full visibility

Every sample analyzed by ESET Dynamic Threat Defense is listed in the “Submitted files” section of ESET Security Management Center, which also provides transparency for all data sent to ESET LiveGrid® - cloud malware protection system.

Use cases

PROBLEM

Ransomware tends to enter unsuspecting users’ mailboxes through email.

SOLUTION

  • ESET Mail Security automatically submits suspicious email attachments to ESET Dynamic Threat Defense.
  • ESET Dynamic Threat Defense analyzes the sample, then submits the result back to Mail Security usually within 5 minutes.
  • ESET Mail Security detects and automatically remediates attachments that contain the malicious content.
  • The malicious attachment never reaches the recipient.
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The ESET difference

Automatic protection

The endpoint or server product automatically decides whether a sample is good, bad or unknown. If the sample is unknown, it is sent to ESET Dynamic Threat Defense for analyzing. Once analysis is finished, the result is shared and the endpoint products respond accordingly.

Mail Security protection

Not only does ESET Dynamic Threat Defense work with files, but it also works directly with ESET Mail Security, to ensure that malicious emails are not delivered to your organization.

Mobility

Nowadays, employees are constantly traveling and not on premise. That is why ESET Dynamic Threat Defense is able to analyze files no matter where users are. The best part is that if anything malicious is detected, the whole company is immediately protected.

Tailored customization

ESET allows per-computer detailed policy configuration for ESET Dynamic Threat Defense so the admin can control what is sent, and what should happen based off the received result.

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