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

We are thrilled to say readers of PC Mag have recognised ESET’s consumer facing offerings as “everything you need in a security suite.” 

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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

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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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Armor your Achilles’ heel. Reduce your business' attack surface vectoring from employee mobile devices

The number of Android threats detected by ESET telemetry in the past four years has tripled.

ESET to enhance its MDR offering portfolio

Also bringing additional updates to its existing business offering

Malware hiding in pictures? More likely than you think

There is more to some images than meets the eye – their seemingly innocent façade can mask a sinister threat.

ESET Launches a New Solution for Small Office/Home Office Businesses

  • ESET launches a new global ESET Small Business Security (ESBS) offering, specifically addressing the needs of small office/home office businesses to keep the company and customer data safe.
  • The new…


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Untangling the hiring dilemma: How security solutions free up HR processes

The prerequisites for becoming a security elite create a skills ceiling that is tough to break through – especially when it comes to hiring skilled EDR or XDR operators. How can businesses crack this…

The who, where, and how of APT attacks – Week in security with Tony Anscombe

This week, ESET experts released several research publications that shine the spotlight on a number of notable campaigns and broader developments on the threat landscape

To the Moon and back(doors): Lunar landing in diplomatic missions

ESET researchers provide technical analysis of the Lunar toolset, likely used by the Turla APT group, that infiltrated a European ministry of foreign affairs

Ebury is alive but unseen: 400k Linux servers compromised for cryptocurrency theft and financial gain

One of the most advanced server-side malware campaigns is still growing, with hundreds of thousands of compromised servers, and it has diversified to include credit card and cryptocurrency theft