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The Channel is Booming: ESET Announces 40% Channel Partner Growth and Launch of Partner Council

ESET®, a global pioneer in IT security celebrating its 30-year anniversary, announced today its record year-over-year channel growth with a 40 percent increase in channel partners in the last 12...

Calling all nonprofits: ESET to award $30k in prize money with “Nonprofit Pitch Fest” to help usher in its 30-year anniversary

This year, ESET celebrates 30 years of its continuous innovation in IT security. As part of the company’s commitment to continue to build a safer digital world, ESET is launching a Nonprofit Pitch...

ESET to highlight groundbreaking research findings at Black Hat 2017

This year at Black Hat (July 22–27, 2017, in Las Vegas, NV), the world’s leading information security event, IT security firm ESET will lead two important sessions.  

The first is ESET’s...

ESET discovers dangerous malware designed to disrupt industrial control systems

Malware likely responsible for 2016 Ukrainian power grid attack, biggest threat to industrial control systems since Stuxnet

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What will our cities look like 30 years from now? What kind of technology will they use, and will EVERYTHING truly be connected? Many futurists believe they will. From automated cars to retinal...

What you need to know about “dark markets” since law enforcement take down

Anyone accustomed to using the internet to make illegal purchases of illicit goods – including malicious code – is probably feeling anxious today. Why? Because a combined law enforcement effort has...

ESET Endpoint Security earns a 5-star rating from SC Magazine

Reviewers praised ESET Endpoint Security’s accurate detection, speed and comprehensive management tools in this July 5, 2017 review. The same technologies are used in ESET business and home products.

“Petya” Ransomware: What we know now

A massive new ransomware attack that started in Ukraine is spreading across Europe and the United States, according to Reuters and multiple other sources.

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ESET celebrates 30 years of innovation in IT security by giving away $30,000 to nonprofits

ESET are giving away a total of $30,000 in prize money to nonprofits to celebrate 30 years of continuous technological innovation in IT security.

Stantinko: A massive adware campaign operating covertly since 2012

Since the beginning of 2017, ESET has been conducting an investigation into a complex threat mainly targeting Russia and Ukraine. Stantinko has stood out.

Citadel “mechanic” receives five year prison sentence

A Russian man has been sentenced to five years in prison for helping develop the Citadel malware, which was used to steal personal financial information. It cost more than $5 million in losses.

Mid-year review: Have our security trends for 2017 become reality?

We are halfway through the year and it is a good opportunity to analyze the extent to which the ideas we gathered in the Trends 2017: Security Held Ransom report have come true.

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