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ESET’s Threat Trends Predictions 2014: The next battle for internet privacy, a new assault on Androids, and a new wave of hi-tech malware

The 2014 threat trends report from ESET’s global network of cybersecurity experts centers on three key trends, the first and foremost being digital privacy, the others being threats to mobile devices, and new, hi-tech malware targeting PCs and other devices in the home.

May 2011 Global Threat Report

Released today in PDF format, a highlight of our global threat report covers: Don’t be silly online, please Facebook privacy: security concerns Cybersecurity symposium in San Diego Return of the password reset attack The Top Ten Threats Top Ten Threats at a Glance (graph) Be sure and check out our previous threat reports. Figure 1:

February ThreatSense Report

The February ThreatSense Report is now available…

Threatsense Report: Looking Forward, Looking Back

The December ThreatSense report, being the last report of the year, is a little bigger than usual, and takes a longer view.

ThreatSense.Net® Report for July

Our July ThreatSense.Net® report has been released today, and will eventually be available from the Threat Center page here. Most of the top ten entries are old friends: well, familiar names might be a better way of putting it. One of the disadvantages of having a scanner that makes heavy use of advanced heuristics is

Ten Ways to Protect Yourself: Part 2

Here’s the second instalment of the "ten ways to dodge cyberbullets" that I promised you. Keep applications and operating system components up-to-date with automated updates and patches, and by regularly reviewing the vendors’ product update sections on their web sites. This point is particularly  relevant right now, given the escalating volumes of Conficker that we’re

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