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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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ESET Research: Arid Viper group targets Middle East again, poisons Palestinian app with AridSpy spyware

ESET Research discovered multistage Android malware, which ESET named AridSpy, being distributed via five dedicated websites.

ESET Launches AI Advisor to Enhance Threat Detection and Response

ESET is proud to introduce the ESET AI Advisor, an innovative generative AI-based cybersecurity assistant that transforms incident response and interactive risk analysis.

ESET Research: Russia-aligned Turla group likely uses Lunar arsenal to target & spy on European diplomats

ESET Research discovered two previously unknown backdoors — which we named LunarWeb and LunarMail — compromising a European ministry of foreign affairs and its diplomatic missions abroad, primarily in…

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.


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Arid Viper poisons Android apps with AridSpy

ESET researchers discovered Arid Viper espionage campaigns spreading trojanized apps to Android users in Egypt and Palestine

WeLiveSecurity wins Best Cybersecurity Vendor Blog award!

The results of the 2024 European Cybersecurity Blogger Awards are in and the winner of the Best Cybersecurity Vendor Blog is... drumroll, please... WeLiveSecurity!

560 million Ticketmaster customer data for sale? – Week in security with Tony Anscombe

Ticketmaster seems to have experienced a data breach, with the ShinyHunters hacker group claiming to have exfiltrated 560 million customer data

The job hunter’s guide: Separating genuine offers from scams

$90,000/year, full home office, and 30 days of paid leave for a junior data analyst – what's not to like? Except that these kinds of job offers are only intended to trick unsuspecting victims into…