Associations and memberships

Using our resources and expertise to help make the Internet a safer place.

EDUCAUSE®
EDUCAUSE® is a nonprofit association comprising information technology leaders and professionals committed to advancing IT and its role in higher education, data privacy and more. As a corporate member, ESET provides speakers and other resources for EDUCAUSE events throughout the year, and is a major exhibitor at the annual EDUCAUSE conference.

National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA)
The mission of the non-profit NCSA is to collaborate with government, corporate, non-profit and academic sectors to empower citizens to use the Internet securely and safely. ESET and NCSA began working together in 2009 with the formation of the public-private partnership that developed STOP. THINK. CONNECT., the national public awareness campaign for cyber security. NCSA also collaborated with ESET in the formation of the Securing Our eCity Foundation.

San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce
ESET earned the 2012 “Business of the Year Award” from the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, which stated, “ESET was selected because they are a leader in the field of cyber security, and represent the perfect example of a successful business that is making a significant difference in San Diego and around the world.”

San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation
San Diego Regional EDC is a nonprofit corporation funded by more than 150 companies and public partners committed to enhancing regional prosperity. ESET contributes to a variety of ongoing projects, such as research and advocacy related to cyber security issues.

HIMSS
HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) is a global, cause-based non-profit focused on better health through information technology. As a Platinum corporate member, ESET provides speakers, expertise and support for such HIMSS events as National Healthcare IT week. ESET also participates in the annual HIMSS conference.

San Diego Cyber Center of Excellence (CCOE)
The CCOE is a public-private partnership working to establish San Diego as a worldwide center for cyber security products and services. This partnership is dedicated to accelerating the regional economy by promoting alignment and collaboration within the cyber community.

In addition to ESET, founding partners include the military, world-class academic institutions and private companies such as Qualcomm.

Working together to build programs that promote cyber best practices among the key economic pillars of the community, and by promoting talent acquisition, retention and development, the CCOE aims to make San Diego a magnet for an industry that already provides 13,000 jobs and invests $1.5 billion into the San Diego region.¹

¹Source: “Cyber security in San Diego: an economic impact and industry assessment” - May 2014, San Diego Economic Development Corporation (EDC).