ESET® SECURE BUSINESS CLOUD

All-around security for your business with cloud-based management

Starting at (5 devices, 1 year)
AU $382.80

30-days free trial

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Cloud-based management

Endpoint
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File server
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Mail
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  • Cloud-based management

  • Endpoint security

  • File server security

  • Mail security

ESET Secure Business Cloud

Complete bundled security solution for endpoints and file servers. Email-borne threats blocked at server level. Provides:

  • Protection against targeted attacks
  • Protection against ransomware
  • Prevention of fileless attacks
  • Protection of email gateway
  • Cloud-based remote management

Bundled solution includes following products:

Endpoint security

ESET’s award-winning endpoint protection solutions leverage multilayered technologies in dynamic equilibrium. Our on-premise and off premise solutions constantly balance performance, detection and false positives.

File server security

Provides advanced protection to all network file storage, general servers and multi-purpose servers. Ensures servers are stable and conflict-free. Limits restarts and maintenance windows to a minimum to guarantee business continuity.

Mail security

ESET Mail Security filters out all spam and malware before they reach users’ mailboxes. Built using proven NOD32 technology, ESET Mail Security is a first line of defense complementing the security of your network.

Manage products via the cloud

ESET Cloud Administrator web-based console enables you to remotely manage all products of your company’s network security. This service gets rid of the need to buy, install or maintain additional hardware. So you reduce the total cost of ownership. It's easy to use. So you can concentrate on your important work.

  • All your network security management in one place
  • Secure access via web browser
  • Always the latest version – updates automatically
  • No need for extra hardware

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.

ESET SECURE BUSINESS CLOUD

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Starting at (5 devices, 1 year)
AU $382.80

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Experience ESET products for 30 days with a free trial, to make sure they suit your needs. No commitment.

 

ESET is a reliable security solution that is easy to manage… the business benefits from the extra protection and less downtime.

- Brian Keenes, IT Manager, Red Lea Chickens Pty Ltd

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Need to protect more than 250 seats?

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ESET Secure Business

As well as protecting all your computers, laptops, and fileservers, make your email gateway impenetrable. ESET mail security eliminates email-borne malware at the server level, before it can do any damage.

  • On-premise management
  • Endpoint security
  • File server security
  • Mail security

Add data access protection

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ESET Identity & Data Protection

Business solution for superior and enhanced protection of an organization’s data and intellectual property. Includes:

  • Two-factor Authentication
  • Endpoint Encryption

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