ESET® SECURE BUSINESS

All-around security for your business with remote security management

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  • On-premise management

  • Endpoint security

  • File server security

  • Mail security

ESET Secure Business

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
  • 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 on-premise console

ESET Security Management Center is an easy to use management console. It provides real-time visibility for on-premise and off premise endpoints as well as full reporting for ESET solutions on all OSes. All these features are managed from one single pane of glass.

  • Complete network visibility
  • Full security management
  • Flexible reporting
  • Automated security management

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.

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ESET was just what we were looking for – light processing power, reliable protection and cost scalable, yet easy to deploy and manage centrally.

- Richard Ford, Head of IT at SWFC

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ESET Dynamic Endpoint Protection

Comprehensive, easily managed protection, incorporating off-premise cloud sandboxing leveraging machine learning and behavior-based detection. Includes:

  • Security Management Center
  • Endpoint Protection Platform
  • Cloud Sandbox Analysis

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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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