When it comes to protecting corporate information, some doubt whether or not the cloud is the best option. We look at all the security services available.
ESET are giving away a total of $30,000 in prize money to nonprofits to celebrate 30 years of continuous technological innovation in IT security.
We are halfway through the year and it is a good opportunity to analyze the extent to which the ideas we gathered in the Trends 2017: Security Held Ransom report have come true.
Recent research from the SANS Institute confirms that security of industrial control systems is increasingly seen and understood to be a serious issue.
ESET's Josep Albors discusses two-factor authentication, which is an underutilized security measure in businesses all over the world.
ESET's Sabrina Pagnotta delves deep into the fascinating world of neuroscience, examining whether our brains can be compromised.
Machine learning (ML) in eight blogposts!? In our last post, let’s take a peek under the hood of ESET’s cybersecurity engine and its ML gears.
Seven years after Stuxnet first came to light, industrial systems security once again in the spotlight, reports ESET's Robert Lipovsky.
Multimillion dollar movies and TV shows are increasingly being targeted by cybercriminals. ESET's Stephen Cobb investigates the cyber supply chain risk management problem and explains what to do about it.
When it comes to cybersecurity, what type of employee is most likely to cause a data breach? And how can companies protect themselves?
Cybersecurity is now a worldwide problem. But far too many citizens, businesses and governments are still making the same old, basic errors.
Without regular security updates, your endpoint will be left standing alone against an entire army of cybercriminals who see you as easy prey.
ESET's Tony Anscombe takes a closer look at the anti-malware industry.
A quarter of European companies admit they were not aware of GDPR, with more than half unsure of the impact it will have, according to a new survey.
Poor business decisions can be very costly, especially in cybersecurity, where so-called false positives can have very damaging consequences.
A single protective technology means a single point of failure. A company aiming to build reliable and strong cybersecurity defenses should opt for a solution offering multiple complementary technologies.
World Day for Safety and Health at Work takes place on April 28th 2017. You should use this as an opportunity to improve your cybersecurity posture.
Humans make mistakes, and vulnerabilities can creep into projects unspotted. The more trusted eyes checking a service - with the approval of the systems' owners - the better.
Machine learning alone is not enough to protect endpoints and predicting an attacker's next moves. Other security solutions and human input are needed.
Machine learning (ML) is routinely cited by post-truth vendors as their biggest selling point, their main advantage. But ML – if it’s done properly – comes with problems and limitations.