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ESET ups local research power signing Kiwi to research team
ESET has added to its local research team, with New Zealand's Nick FitzGerald joining the vendor as a senior research fellow, focused on APAC threats.
Better security for banking and payment transactions
ESET is upping its banking and payment protections, with a new solution that automatically detects when users are performing financial transactions.
Chillisoft scoops up Australian ESET distribution
Kiwi distributor Chillisoft has scooped up the Australian distribution rights for ESET, as the vendor seeks support for a fast growing reseller base.
New security app from ESET to protect children online
“The problem is [kids are] unaware of the possible risks online and may put themselves in danger of lurking predators and inappropriate web content."
ESET offers up secure USB drives with built in antivirus
ESET has debuted a new range of secure USB drives to aimed at preventing malware from spreading via portable drives.
New Windows 10 security solutions from ESET released
Anti-virus security firm ESET has announced the availability of its new security solutions for Windows home users.
Microbe and ESET connect up for charity
Microbe and ESET are teaming up with Connecting Up to provide Australian not for profits and charities with free and discounted security.
ESET warns of fake apps bypassing Google Play security
Android users have been getting more than they bargained for when downloading some apps, with Google Play security failing to pick up some malware.
ESET MSP Program offers huge benefits for partners
ESET MSP partners enjoy the advantage of working with a trusted industry leader that offers outstanding products and a rapidly growing customer base.
ESET snaps up encryption company as demand soars for encryption
ESET has bolstered its encryption abilities with the acquisition of award winning encryption company, DESlock+ as demand for the technology soars.
The Trojan Games: Spyware lets crims see your poker hand
The odds of you winning your online poker game have just got longer, thanks to a spyware program allowing cybercriminals to see your hand.
Eset rolls out raft of business product updates
Eset has released the latest version of a number of its business offerings, providing a range of new features.
Android security flaw found in 950 million devices
A new security flaw known as Stagefright has been found in 95% of Android devices, allowing attackers to steal information from users.
ESET serves up new offerings - backed by 28 year history
ESET is serving up new business offerings and its new partner program - all backed by more than 28 years of history.
The role of proxies and protocols in malware investigations, according to ESET
A lot of people associate online anonymity with Tor, however it is a much deeper issue than this and does not relate only to privacy while browsing.
ESET on the iOS 9 privacy update
It’s not all smooth sailing for Apple where security is concerned.
Phone scams: increasing numbers, wider scope
ESET takes a look at phone fraud, the impact of technology in terms of spoofing and VoIP, and the growing use of cell phones.
ESET: How your business can recover from a hack
Recent high-profile data breaches illustrate criminals’ insatiable appetite for data and financial reward.
Are your staff side-stepping security protocols?
ESET says employees are using apps, cloud services, software and devices that are outside the knowledge and control of the CIO and IT staff.
ESET on the Samsung Galaxy exploit
Because Samsung phones grant elevated privileges to update code, a payload delivered in this way bypasses many of the Android system protections.
ESET: What is Cyber Insurance?
"One would hope that people would see these numbers and simply be motivated to apply the necessary tools to secure their businesses."
Mind those Minecraft cheats, malware may lurk inside
Security vendor Eset is warning Minecraft fans to cheat with care after discovering 33 Android Minecraft cheat apps packing scareware.
Vulnerability enables DoS attacks on Apple devices
Eset director of communications and laboratory Josep Albors takes a look at the No iOS Zone vulnerability which enables DoS attacks on Apple devices.
inTechnology to offer full Eset suite following new deal
inTechnology signs strategic distribution agreement as an Eset platinum partner