ESET specialized services for business

110m+
users worldwide

400k+
business customers

200+
countries & territories

13
global R&D centers

Cybersecurity experts on your side

ESET's specialized services are the perfect complement to ESET's powerful business security software solutions. ESET rapidly identifies all issues that require corrective action and offers a catalog of defined services to effectively address those issues.

Pwnie for best backdoor
Black hat - USA 2017

Anton Cherepanov
ESET's malware researcher

Welivesecurity blog award
Global #1 Security blog

Amost 2 million facebook followers

3rd place in volatility plugin contest - 2017

Peter Kálnai and Michal Poslušný
ESET's malware researcher

Implementation and security services

Our highly trained cybersecurity and threat professionals are available to provide immediate response and expert training to solve technical challenges and face new, unknown or advanced threats.

Implementation service

ESET Authorized Training Center 

Certified training improves the skill-set of your sales force and customer care representatives.

Security service

ESET Premium Support 

Gives you 365/24/7 access to customer care specialists with years of experience in IT security.

Security service

ESET Micro Updates 

Up-to-date security for operations with very limited internet access.

Security service

ESET Threat Intelligence 

Extends your security intelligence from local network to global cyberspace.

We were most impressed with the support and assistance we received. In addition to being a great product, the excellent care and support we got was what really led us to move all of Primoris’ systems to ESET as a whole.

- Joshua Collins, Data Center Operations Manager Primoris Services Corporation, USA and Canada, 4200 seats

Stay on top of cybersecurity news

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Corporate blog

Why do IT Security experts refer to firewalls?

Do you know what firewalls and city walls have in common with each other?

Keeping your business safe this Social Media Day

Social Media Day aims to recognize and celebrate social media’s impact on global communications. However, there are some risks we should all be aware of – particularly with respect to cybersecurity.

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We Live Security blog

VLC player has a critical flaw – and there’s no patch yet

On the flip side, there are currently no known cases of the vulnerability being exploited in the wild

Week in security with Tony Anscombe

ESET researchers release new findings about malware linked to the Ke3chang APT group, including details about Okrum, a previously unreported backdoor