From losing cherished memories to missing deadlines, the impact of not having backups when a data disaster strikes can hardly be overstated. Losing valuable data is one of the worst things that can happen to anyone – digitally, at least. Imagine losing critical data that you need to deliver a time-sensitive project with a deadline … More Are you prepared to prevent data loss?
ESET provides leading protection against APT attacks: Recognized as a Top Player in Radicati Advanced Persistent Threat Protection Market Quadrant 2021 Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) groups are responsible for some of the most infamous campaigns targeting organizations all over the world. From Turla’s Crutch backdoor to InvisiMole’s espionage toolkit, it seems these threats are becoming … More ESET named ‘Top Player’ in Radicati APT Protection – Market Quadrant 2021
The cache of data sitting wide open on a server included full names, national ID numbers and credit card data. A wide range of sensitive information of millions of hotel guests has been discovered sitting on an unsecured server and accessible for anyone to view. The data was stored on a misconfigured Amazon Web Services … More Data on millions of hotel guests exposed in cloud storage leak
ESET launched ESET Cloud Office Security, a new standalone software as a service solution that provides advanced preventative protection for users of Microsoft 365 applications. The software is designed to reflect the modern role of emails and collaboration tools used within organizations. Microsoft Office 365 is used by organizations all over the globe, with the cloud … More ESET launches ESET Cloud Office Security to provide advanced protection for Microsoft 365
Why are connected medical devices vulnerable to attack and how likely are they to get hacked? Here are five digital chinks in the armor. There’s virtually no realm in healthcare today that isn’t adopting more technology. From real-time wireless access to your own health parameters through smart watches and wearables to implanted devices inside your … More Securing medical devices: Can a hacker break your heart?