The report provides unique insights into how the COVID-19 pandemic affected the data breach landscape
We will explore two threats – Android stalkerware and XP exploits
The Patch Tuesday security update due in July should hammer the last nail in the coffin of Adobe Flash Player
A year into the pandemic, ESET reveals new research into activities of the LuckyMouse APT group and considers how governments can rise to the cybersecurity challenges of the accelerated shift to digital
How can organizations tackle the growing menace of attacks that shake trust in software?
How do you balance the right to repair with the requirement to remain secure?
The number of women joining the ranks of cybersecurity practitioners is steadily increasing, but a lot still needs to be done to close the gap
A snapshot of some of the ways ESET makes an impact supporting the well-being of people, communities and the environment
Both hacktivists and extortionists have used telephony denial-of-service attacks as a way to further their goals
The Exaramel backdoor, discovered by ESET in 2018, resurfaces in a campaign hitting companies that use an outdated version of a popular IT monitoring tool
What can municipalities do to better protect their water supply systems?
Criminals coax employees into handing over their access credentials and use the login data to burrow deep into corporate networks
New mesh Wi-Fi routers may be the answer to your wireless signal woes, but how about your privacy and security?
When it comes to holiday gifts, surprise and wonder are always welcome. When it comes to protecting your security, however, you don’t want to leave anything to chance.
This year, many of us will be celebrating Christmas with our loved ones virtually, however we shouldn’t underestimate the value of securing our online communication.
While shopping for the perfect presents, be on the lookout for naughty cybercriminals trying to ruin your Christmas cheer by tricking you out of both gifts and money
The last Patch Tuesday of the year brings another fresh batch of fixes for Microsoft products and while the number may be lower the patches are no less important.
Starting mid-January, U.S. tax-payers will be able to enroll in the Identity Protection PIN program that was previously available only to certain users.
Santa will soon come down the chimney, but there are potential entry points into your home and digital life that you should never leave open
ESET experts look back at some of the key themes that defined the cybersecurity landscape in the year that’s ending and give their takes on what to expect in 2021