ESET tackles enterprise security breaches with new solution
ESET, a cyber security research and European Union-based endpoint security company, has launched its new line of enterprise security solutions.
The solutions are designed to provide the global enterprise sector with tools for prevention and management of cyber risks on a global scale.
ESET with offices in West Africa is raising its game with the introduction of Dynamic Threat Defense, an off-premise cloud sandboxing solution providing almost instant analysis of zero-day and ransom ware threats before they reach the network.
The new line of enterprise security solutions also welcomes the new Security Management Center, a revamp of the renowned online console ESET Remote Administrator.
This online console provides not only complete network visibility and full security management via one single pane of glass, but also fully customizable reporting and single-click threat remediation, adding important complexity-minimizing elements to the whole suite.
The Chief Technology Officer, ESET, Juraj Malachi said: “We understand global enterprise increasingly requires cyber security solutions that are more tailored to their specific needs, because we cooperate with a large number of them at the country level.”
Speaking during the unveiling of the products in Lagos, the ESET’s Country Manager, Olufemi Ake, further explained that the West African market now have access to upgrade or subscribe to the newly launched enterprise products and services.
He said, “These powerful new tools which fit into the Gartner CARTA framework helps organisations to prevent, detect, predict and resolve all forms of known and unknown threats.
“This is based on our multi-layered technology with metadata from each of these layers processed to our ESET LiveGrid cloud systems, providing further intelligence to our machine learning algorithms. These automated systems, in combination with the expertise of our researchers and engineers, enable us to prevent these threats at the network level before they hit the network.”
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