ESET® THREAT HUNTING SERVICE

Expert on-demand network threat search and detection

110m+
users worldwide

400k+
business customers

200+
countries & territories

13
global R&D centers

ESET Threat Hunting Service

ESET Threat Hunting service, available only in conjunction with ESET's EDR - Enterprise Inspector, helps investigate a specific set of data, events, and alarms generated by ESET Enterprise Inspector.


Why a Threat Hunting Service?

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Lack of Manpower

Organizations wish to benefit from an EDR solution but lack the resources required. It can take months to hire and train a team to implement and monitor an EDR technology.

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Initial learning curve

While ESET products in general are designed to be intuitive to use, without dedicated professionals, customers could be missing out on many game-changing advanced features.

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Lack of expertise

Keeping up with the rapidly changing cyber threat landscape can be challenging and sometimes best left to experts. At ESET we live and breathe cybersecurity for over 30 years.

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Long term costs

Setting up dedicated teams and/or hiring specialists to perform niche tasks can incur high long-term costs and create unnecessary management and personnel complications.

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protected by ESET since 2017
more than 9,000 endpoints

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protected by ESET since 2016
more than 4,000 mailboxes

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protected by ESET since 2016
more than 14,000 endpoints

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ISP security partner since 2008
2 milion customer base

Benefit from the following features

On-Demand

Organizations contact ESET Threat Hunting operators exactly as and when they require the service.

Subscription Based

Organizations purchase ESET Threat Hunting service in time blocks during which the customer can request assistance.

Secure Data Exchange

All threat and organization data stay only on premise as a secure connection is set up between ESET and the organization (VPN).

Root Cause Analysis

ESET Threat Hunting operators review highlighted alarms and investigate their root cause.

Actionable Advice Analysis

ESET operators review alarms and compile their findings into a comprehensible status report as well as providing actionable advice to the organization.

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