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Latest Press Releases

ESET’s Hope McCluskey Once Again Named to CRN’s Women of the Channel Power 100 for 2024

ESET’s Hope McCluskey is honored in CRN’s 2024 Women of the Channel Power 100 for her outstanding leadership in partner marketing and innovation.

ESET North America Announces Winners of the Ninth Annual Women in Cybersecurity Scholarship

Celebrate the achievements of four exceptional women in STEM as ESET announces the winners of the Ninth Annual Women in Cybersecurity Scholarship. Discover how these inspiring individuals are shaping…

ESET Launches AI Advisor to Enhance Threat Detection and Response

ESET introduces AI Advisor, a revolutionary generative AI cybersecurity assistant, enhancing threat detection and response for businesses of all sizes.

ESET North America Announces Leadership Transition

ESET North America announces a leadership transition as President Brent McCarty steps down. Chief Sales Officer Miroslav Mikus steps in as Interim President to lead the next phase of growth.

Corporate Blog

Prevention-first security begins with data-enhanced insight: Meet ESET Threat Intelligence

Discover how ESET Threat Intelligence empowers threat hunters and incident response teams with actionable data, forming the backbone of a proactive, prevention-first security strategy.

Untangling the hiring dilemma: How security solutions free up HR processes

Discover how HR and security teams can navigate the hiring challenges in the tech-savvy world of EDR and XDR operations. Learn how innovative solutions are transforming HR dilemmas into opportunities…

Armor your Achilles’ heel. Reduce your business' attack surface vectoring from employee mobile devices

Defend your business against the surge in mobile threats. Discover how ESET’s cutting-edge Mobile Threat Defense can fortify your defenses and protect your company from the rising tide of Android…

Employee smartphones, a pack of risks in a pocket. How to minimize your business’ attack surface

Discover how to protect your business from the hidden threats posed by employee smartphones. Learn effective strategies to minimize your company's attack surface and safeguard sensitive data.

Latest Podcasts

Deepfakes: Navigating what’s real and what’s not

The episode kicks off with an overview of what deepfakes are and how the technology is being used positively in industries such as movie making, while others use it to trick the viewer into thinking…

Cybersecurity challenges according to a crypto exchange CISO

Crypto security is getting plenty of attention amid recent hacks. We geek out on the technology, security challenges, and the role of crypto in emerging markets.

Predictions on the cybersecurity sector from one of Wall Street's top tech analysts

The Cybersecurity sector will continue to see plenty more spending. That’s the prediction from Wall Street’s top tech analyst Dan Ives of Wedbush Securities.

Highlights from CES: A security researcher's perspective

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is one of the world's largest technology events, bringing together manufacturers, developers and suppliers of consumer technology. We catch-up with Cameron Camp,…

We Live Security

News and research from ESET security researchers around the globe.

My health information has been stolen. Now what?

As health data continues to be a prized target for hackers, here's how to minimize the fallout from a breach impacting your own health records

Hacktivism is evolving – and that could be bad news for organizations everywhere

Hacktivism is nothing new, but the increasingly fuzzy lines between traditional hacktivism and state-backed operations make it a more potent threat

Preventative defense tactics in the real world

Don’t get hacked in the first place – it costs far less than dealing with the aftermath of a successful attack

How Arid Viper spies on Android users in the Middle East – Week in security with Tony Anscombe

The spyware, called AridSpy by ESET, is distributed through websites that pose as various messaging apps, a job search app, and a Palestinian Civil Registry app

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