Corporate Blog

  • Encryption's in the news—but what is it?

    Encryption has become an increasingly hot topic in the last few months—most recently, with Apple’s refusal to help the FBI unlock an iPhone that belonged to one of the shooters in the San Bernardino...

  • Why We Created the Women in Cybersecurity Scholarship

    Here’s a situation that will sound familiar to any woman working in cybersecurity: You’re at a conference. You look around the room. Of the hundreds of attendees, you realize you’re one of the only...

  • Why Data Privacy Day Matters in 5 Tweets

    Every year, sandwiched between National Chocolate Cake Day and National Opposite Day, is an event near and dear to our hearts: Data Privacy Day (DPD). Helmed by the National Cyber Security Alliance...

  • ESET Cybersecurity Trends for 2016: (In)Security Everywhere

    Today we’re releasing our annual outlook on the year, Trends for 2016: (In)Security Everywhere, a collaboration by top cybersecurity researchers at ESET’s labs around the world. Every year, it reviews...

  • What CES Looks Like If You Work in Cybersecurity

    Sensory overload. That’s what you’ve come to expect from the Consumer Electronics Show, and the 2016 show delivered in spades. Droves of drones, theaters of virtual reality users, and entire...

  • Can Americans Catch a Phish? 1 in 4 Take the Bait

    Phishing email scams attempt to lure people in by mimicking real emails from big companies so perpetrators can do things like install malware on your computer, access your bank account or even steal...