ESET a global leader in digital security, today announces the launch of a new initiative, ‘Heroes of Progress’ – where it will be searching for visionary thinkers who have contributed to progress across a variety of industries, with technology at the core of the progress made. Behind all forms of progress, sits a team of … More ESET launches a global search for ‘Heroes of Progress’, looking for the most progressive minds of the 21st century
ESET Research has uncovered a new banking trojan that has been targeting corporate users in Brazil since at least 2019 across many sectors, including engineering, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, finance, transportation, and governmental institutions. ESET dubbed the new threat Janeleiro. It attempts to deceive its victims with pop-up windows designed to look like the websites of … More ESET Research uncovers Janeleiro, a new banking trojan attacking corporate users in Brazil
If we can’t secure the supply chain, eventually everything else will break. Recent events have illustrated the need for robust continuity plans, and while these events are still unfolding, it also brings to light the need for robust supply chain planning. A review of the r/sysadmin group on Reddit reveals comments from systems administrators that their orders … More What happens when the global supply chain breaks?
Written by Peter Stancik, ESET We Live Security Last month, ESET researchers confirmed the discovery of a new type of sophisticated malware now known as Industroyer, highlighting the threat posed to industrial control systems. Indeed, this is considered to be the first-ever designed to affect ICS industrial control systems directly, and is thought to be behind the December … More Industrial control security practitioners worry about threats … for a reason