Ukraine hit by cyber attacks amid Russian invasion
Security firm ESET finds destructive malware circulating in Ukraine as Russia invades the Eastern European country.Admire Moyo
Cloud growth a factor in data breaches
Increased use of cloud platforms and influence of application logic bugs must be kept in mind, according to Check Point executive.
IT security skills increasingly sought-after
ESET Senior Malware Researcher spoke with ITWeb Africa ahead of the company's Security Day.
ESET readies to engage SA's enterprise market
Traditionally SME-focused, the company has confirmed it will officially service the enterprise market segment in 2019.
IT security spend to increase ... but is it enough?
Gartner research suggests top three drivers for spending is security risks, business needs and industry changes.
ESET warns against alternative Android app stores
The company advised users to always download apps from official app stores and practice caution when downloading any internet content.
Global attack likely cover for Ukraine malware installation
The target of the virus that spread from Ukraine across the world is likely to have been that country's computer infrastructure, say police.
Petya ransomware unleashes havoc, raises alarm worldwide
Businesses urged to ensure software is up-to-date and all files are backed up.
SA's POPI Act - avoid compliance at your peril warn experts
Delegates at second annual ESET Security Day Summit receive advice on how best to handle legislation.
Ground patrol means everything in Africa's IT security
Why ESET's gamble on splitting focus in Africa has paid off for the company.
SA third highest cybercrime hotspot - ESET survey
Banking and payment protection is the standout feature of latest version within company's Smart Security product range.
'Piracy, lack of cyber security policy drives Kenyan cybercrime'
Expert from antivirus firm ESET says these two issues need to be dealt with in 2014.