Help your business get
cybersecurity aware.

FREE training to help prevent breaches.

User-friendly online cybersecurity training

A simple and comprehensive approach that encourages awareness and supports the security frameworks often required by insurers.

Email protection
What to look for, what to avoid

Web protection
Wi-Fi, IoT and search engine security

Social engineering
How to recognise scams, what to do

Threats overview
Malware, phishing & insider threats

Password policies
Best practises like 2FA, and how to use them

Remote workforce
Stay safe while working from home

What do you get with ESET Cybersecurity Awareness Training?

  • Learn techniques that will protect your organization, and your personal privacy
  • Share easily with your employees and colleagues
  • Choose from 19 cybersecurity topics in 5 main categories
  • Enjoy interactive video content
  • ESET Cybersecurity Awareness Training includes a final recap quiz
  • Start training immediately after filling out the form

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Chinese HotPage browser injector is capable of replacing web content and opens the system to other vulnerabilities, ESET Research discovers

  • ESET Research has discovered a sophisticated Chinese browser injector ESET dubbed HotPage.
  • It is a signed, vulnerable, ad-injecting driver from a mysterious Chinese company.
  • The threat poses as a…

How To Protect Your Phone and Data Against Face Stealing Scams

Cybercriminals can now steal facial recognition data and use AI to create deepfakes for authentication. What does it mean for consumers and business?

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Beyond the blue screen of death: Why software updates matter

The widespread IT outages triggered by a faulty CrowdStrike update have put software updates in the spotlight. Here’s why you shouldn’t dread them.

The complexities of cybersecurity update processes

If a software update process fails, it can lead to catastrophic consequences, as seen today with widespread blue screens of death blamed on a bad update by CrowdStrike