ESET today released its ‘Trends 2016: (In)Security Everywhere’ report.AwardsJanuary 19, 2016 | Bratislava
ESET Smart Security 9 was named Top Rated in the AV-Comparatives Summary Report 2015, receiving six Advanced+ ratings from the independent testing organization.
AV-Comparativesw today publishes its annual Summary Report 2015 summarizing its tests and providing a market-wide overview of security products.AwardsJanuary 14, 2016 | Bratislava
ESET® was named Top Player in the latest Radicati Group’s “Endpoint Security – Market Quadrant 2015.”OthersJanuary 13, 2016 | Bratislava
Nick FitzGerald, a renowned information security expert, is joining ESET as a Senior Research Fellow. Working with ESET Australia, he will focus on the whole Asia-Pacific region, including his home country, New Zealand.OthersJanuary 5, 2016 | Singapore
ESET today releases the ESET Vietnam Cyber-Savviness Report 2015, which reveals that users in Vietnam are vulnerable to cyber threats because they have low cyber-security awareness and are not familiar with adequate preventive measures.MalwareJanuary 4, 2016 | Bratislava
Cyberattacks against energy companies in Ukraine in December 2015 are connected to attacks on media and targeted cyber-espionage against Ukrainian government agencies. Analyzing the KillDisk malware used in the attacks, ESET researchers found out that the new variant of this malware contained some additional functionality for sabotaging industrial systems.December 17, 2015 | Bratislava
ESET continues to gain market share in both the consumer and corporate segments of the Endpoint Security Software market.
With a growth rate of 7.7%, ESET increased its share of the global Endpoint Security Software market in 2014 to 4.6%, up from 4.4% the previous year.ProductsDecember 17, 2015 | Sydney
New study reveals how Aussie kids put themselves at risk online
More than a quarter of Australian children have engaged in risky behaviour online, with three percent of children having arranged to meet an online stranger in person. However, one in five parents are unconcerned about the possibility of online grooming.OthersAugust 24, 2015
ESET®, a global pioneer in proactive protection for more than two decades, today released the ESET Asia Cyber Savviness Report 2015 which shows that 93 percent of online users in Asia worry about cyber security.
The survey also underlines that the region still has a long way to go in understanding online security and protecting themselves. In fact, 3 out of 5 consumers are unable to answer basic cyber security questions correctly.
Emphasis placed on usability to enable better, more efficient security.
ESET®, a global pioneer in proactive protection for more than two decades, today announced the results of a user survey identifying top cybersecurity technology concerns of IT managers. Overwhelmingly, the results spoke to the many different competing priorities within an enterprise IT environment, and managers’ and administrators’ need for tools that streamline processes and save them time.