Ransomware remains one of the top security concerns for businesses as a single incidence of ransomware can easily render a business inoperable by encrypting important or essential files. When a business experiences a ransomware attack, it can quickly realise the backups it has are not recent enough, thus tempting to pay the ransom
Today's cybersecurity landscape is constantly evolving with new attack methods and never-seen-before threats. When an attack or data breach occurs, organisations are typically surprised that their defences were compromised or are completely unaware that the attack even happened. After the attack is finally discovered, organisation then reactively implement measures to block any similar attacks from being repeated. However, this does not protect them from the next attack, which may use another brand-new vector
Newer threats, called fileless malware, exist exclusively in computer memory, making it impossible for file scanning-based protections to detect them. Furthermore, some file attacks will leverage currently installed applications that are built into the operating system to make it even harder to detect a malicious payload. For example, the use of PowerShell in these attacks are quite common
As a Managed IT Partner, we leverage the power of ESET's Endpoint Protection to ensure that your users and servers have adequate, up-to-date protection against the latest cyberthreats out there
ESET combines multi-layered technology, machine learning and human expertise to provide customer with the best level of protection possible. ESET is constantly adjusting and changing to provide the best balance of detection, false positives, and performance
Cross Platform support:
ESET endpoint protection products support all operating software including Windows, macOS, Linux and Android.
ESET’s endpoint protection has the lowest network load among all vendors tested, having little to no impact on the performance of the protected devices.
With a global footprint, ESET has access to data to stop malware prior to it spreading across the globe, as well as to prioritize new technologies based on the most recent threats or possible new vectors.