ESET awarded PC Mag Reader’s Choice Award for Security Suites

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Cybersecurity Leader from Slovakia to Build the Next Hub of the Industry

ESET’s future green campus and company headquarters cost will rise to approximately 100 million Euro


It’s a five out of five for ESET Endpoint Security

ESET Endpoint Security recently earned five out of five stars in every category following a review by SC Magazine

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How to share sensitive files securely online

Here are a few tips for secure file transfers and what else to consider when sharing sensitive documents so that your data remains safe

Beyond the buzz: Understanding AI and its role in cybersecurity

A new white paper from ESET uncovers the risks and opportunities of artificial intelligence for cyber-defenders

7 reasons why cybercriminals want your personal data

Here's what drives cybercriminals to relentlessly target the personal information of other people – and why you need to guard your data like your life depends on it

ESET Research releases latest APT Activity Report, highlighting cyber warfare of Russia-, China-, and Iran-aligned groups

  • This ESET APT Activity Report summarizes notable activities of cyberthreat groups that were documented by ESET researchers from October 2023 until the end of March 2024.
  • Iran-aligned groups…

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My health information has been stolen. Now what?

As health data continues to be a prized target for hackers, here's how to minimize the fallout from a breach impacting your own health records

Hacktivism is evolving – and that could be bad news for organizations everywhere

Hacktivism is nothing new, but the increasingly fuzzy lines between traditional hacktivism and state-backed operations make it a more potent threat

Preventative defense tactics in the real world

Don’t get hacked in the first place – it costs far less than dealing with the aftermath of a successful attack

How Arid Viper spies on Android users in the Middle East – Week in security with Tony Anscombe

The spyware, called AridSpy by ESET, is distributed through websites that pose as various messaging apps, a job search app, and a Palestinian Civil Registry app