Manage network security via the cloud. No need for extra hardware
Manage IT security conveniently using ESET Cloud Administrator. Benefit from a single-point overview of your network security. Receive notifications as incidents occur. React immediately from wherever you are.
- All your network security management in one place
- Secure access via web browser
- Always the latest version – updates automatically
- No need for extra hardware
Award-winning record of endpoint protection excellence
ESET has been winning industry awards for complete endpoint protection for more than 20 years. Our multi-platform, antimalware security comes with web control, firewall and anti-spam filter. Benefit from light-on-your-system, advanced layers of protection for endpoints and networks.
Awarded top marks, named lightest endpoint security solution in 2017.
Endpoint Security 5/5 Stars in all categories in SC Magazine’s review.
AAA award in Enterprise Endpoint Protection test.
Better technology, more effective protection
ESET's multilayered technology allows you to detect and react to cyber threats fast and effectively. Check out our advanced technologies.
Monitors applications and processes that try to modify data, blocks suspicious activity, and alerts you
Third-party tests prove that ESET endpoint protection places the lightest load on your network
Quality service and fast response in all markets from high-trained professionals at your disposal
*Mobile security is not manageable via ESET Cloud Administrator at the moment.
Cloud-based or on-premise remote management console?
ESET Cloud Administrator
- Available up to 250 seats
- No installation or hardware needed
- Data is securely stored in cloud
ESET Security Management Center
- Available for unlimited seats
- Hardware is required
- Data is stored locally
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