ESET® IDENTITY & DATA PROTECTION

Comprehensive data protection to meet all compliance requirements

Two-factor Authentication

Endpoint Encryption

  • Two-factor Authentication

  • Endpoint Encryption

ESET Identity & Data Protection

Seamless enterprise-grade encryption and two-factor authentication to ensure an organizations' data is protected in accordance with compliance requirements. Enables:

  • Data breaches prevention
  • Intellectual property protection
  • GDPR & other regulations compliance

Bundled solution for enterprise includes

Two-factor Authentication

ESET Secure Authentication prevents security breaches by validating users' identities for commonly utilized systems such as VPNs, Remote Desktop, Outlook Web Access and more.

Endpoint Encryption

ESET Endpoint Encryption is a powerful yet simple encryption for hard drives (FDE), removable media, files and email that enables full remote device management without requiring VPNs.

Use case: Prevent data leakage

PROBLEM

Every company utilizes removable media devices to move data from one computer to another, but most companies do not have a way to verify that the data is staying only on company devices.

SOLUTION

  • Implement user-proof removable media to restrict the moving of data outside of the company.
  • Restrict access to removable media devices to selected users.
  • Recomended ESET Solution - ESET Endpoint Encryption.

Use case: Prevent data breaches

PROBLEM

Businesses are in the news every single day notifying their customers that a data breach has occurred.

SOLUTION

  • Protect sensitive data with ESET Endpoint Encryption by means of full disk encryption (FDE).
  • Protect vulnerable communications such as Remote Desktop by adding multi-factor authentication.
  • Require multi-factor authentication in order to log in to devices that contain sensitive data.

Use case: Strengthen password protection

PROBLEM

Users utilize the same passwords across multiple applications and web services putting a business at risk.

SOLUTION

  • Restrict access to company resources by leveraging multi-factor authentication.
  • Requiring multi-factor authentication reduces the worry associated with shared or stolen passwords by requiring an OTP in addition to a password.

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2 million customer base

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ESET allowed us to extend our security to the business user, maintaining control over the safe handling of authentication and data traffic. We are very satisfied with its performance.

- Gabriela Modini, Chief of Technology, Security and Communications; SanCor, Argentina; 3.500+ seats

Bronze Award Winner of the 2017 Gartner Peer Insights Customer Choice Awards for Endpoint Protection Platforms

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