ESET today announced that it has been named a Customer Choice in the 2023 Gartner Peer Insights Voice of the Customer for Endpoint Protection Platforms report for our EPP solution ESET PROTECT. This recognition means that ESET meets or exceeds both the market average in terms of Overall Experience and User Interest and Adoption.
ESET researchers have discovered a campaign by the Ballistic Bobcat group, which is using a novel backdoor that ESET has named Sponsor. Ballistic Bobcat, previously tracked by ESET Research as APT35/APT42 (also known as Charming Kitten, TA453, or PHOSPHORUS),
ESET researchers have uncovered a mass-spreading phishing campaign aimed at collecting Zimbra account users’ credentials. The campaign has been active since at least April 2023 and is still ongoing. Zimbra Collaboration is an open-core collaborative software platform, a popular alternative to enterprise email solutions. The campaign’s targets are a variety of small and medium businesses and governmental entities. According to ESET telemetry, the largest number of targets are located in Poland; however, victims in other European countries such as Ukraine, […]
ESET Research has discovered a new cyberespionage group, MoustachedBouncer. It is named after its presence in Belarus and is aligned with the interests of the local government. Active since at least 2014, the group targets only foreign embassies, including European ones, in Belarus.
ESET was awarded the highest designation in the KuppingerCole Leadership Compass for Managed Detection & Response (MDR) 2023 – being recognized not only as a MARKET LEADER but also as an OVERALL LEADER. KuppingerCole, an international and independent trusted industry analyst organization, has conducted a comprehensive evaluation of MDR providers based on standardized criteria in the areas of Product, Innovation, and Market position. In the respective report, ESET has been recognized as a market leader and an overall leader. The […]
ESET Research has published a summary of what happened with the Emotet botnet since its comeback after a limited takedown. Emotet is a malware family active since 2014, operated by a cybercrime group known as Mealybug or TA542. Although it started as a banking trojan, it later evolved into a botnet
ESET has released its latest Threat Report, which summarizes threat landscape trends seen in ESET telemetry from December 2022 through May 2023. In H1 2023, we observed developments highlighting cybercriminals’ remarkable adaptability and pursuit of new avenues of attack:
ESET has announced the upcoming availability of a significant enhancement to its unified cybersecurity platform, ESET PROTECT. The enhancement is designed to address both current and future digital security challenges for businesses worldwide.
Márk Szabó, a security writer at ESET, discusses the possibilities of AI-based cyberattacks and explores the question of whether we should start preparing for such attacks on critical infrastructure now.