ESET® DYNAMIC THREAT DEFENSE

Prevent zero-day threats with powerful cloud-based sandboxing

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ESET Dynamic Threat Defense

Provides another layer of security for ESET products like Mail Security and endpoint products by utilizing a cloud-based sandboxing technology to detect new, never before seen types of threats. Future-proof your company's IT security with:

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Behavior-based detection

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Machine learning

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Zero-day threats detection

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Cloud sandbox


Multilayered protection

Within ESET Dynamic Threat Defense, ESET utilizes three different machine learning models once a file is submitted. After this process, the sample is run through a full sandbox which simulates user behavior to trick anti-evasive techniques.

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Unparalleled speed

Every minute counts. That's why ESET Dynamic Threat Defense is designed to analyze the majority of samples in under five minutes. If samples were previously analyzed, all devices at your organization will be protected in seconds.

Full visibility

Every sample analyzed by ESET Dynamic Threat Defense is listed in the “Submitted files” section of ESET Security Management Center, which also provides transparency for all data sent to ESET LiveGrid® cloud malware protection system.

Use cases

PROBLEM

Ransomware tends to enter unsuspecting users’ mailboxes through email.

SOLUTION

  • ESET Mail Security automatically submits suspicious email attachments to ESET Dynamic Threat Defense.
  • ESET Dynamic Threat Defense analyzes the sample, then submits the result back to Mail Security—usually within five minutes.
  • ESET Mail Security detects and automatically remediates attachments that contain the malicious content.
  • The malicious attachment never reaches the recipient.

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The ESET difference

Behavioral Detection - HIPS

ESET's Host-based Intrusion Prevention System (HIPS) monitors system activity and uses a pre-defined set of rules to recognize and stop suspicious system behavior.

Ransomware Shield

Monitors and evaluates all executed applications based on their behavior and reputation. Designed to detect and block processes that resemble the behavior of ransomware.

Network Attack Protection

ESET Network Attack Protection improves detection of known vulnerabilities on the network level. It constitutes another important layer of protection against spreading malware, network-conducted attacks, and exploitation of vulnerabilities for which a patch has not yet been released or deployed.

Advanced Memory Scanner

A unique ESET technology which effectively addresses an important issue of modern malware—heavy use of obfuscation and/or encryption. Advanced Memory Scanner monitors the behavior of a malicious process and scans it once it decloaks in memory.

In-product sandbox

ESET’s In-product sandbox assists in identifying the real behavior hidden underneath the surface of obfuscated malware. Utilizing this technology, ESET solutions emulate different components of computer hardware and software to execute a suspicious sample in an isolated virtualized environment.

Exploit Blocker

ESET Exploit Blocker monitors typically exploitable applications (browsers, document readers, email clients, Flash, Java, and more) and instead of just aiming at particular CVE identifiers, it focuses on exploitation techniques. When triggered, the threat is blocked immediately on the machine.

Two-way firewall

Prevents unauthorized access to the company network. It provides anti-hacker protection, data exposure prevention, and enables defining trusted networks—making all other connections, such as to public Wi-Fi, restricted by default.

Botnet Protection

ESET Botnet Protection detects malicious communication used by botnets, and at the same time identifies the offending processes. Any detected malicious communication is blocked and reported to the user.

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