Security

New Year’s resolutions should include strong passwords

Tomas Foltyn, security writer at ESET explains the importance of strong passwords to protect ourselves and the need to include fixing the un...[Read More]

ESET joins fight against ransomware

ESET recently announced that it has joined hands with No More Ransom, an international initiative between Europol, the Dutch National Police...[Read More]

Dark Markets for cybercriminals are thriving

Stephen Cobb, Senior Security Researcher at ESET reviews the business of cybercrime that is thriving in the absence of counter-effective mea...[Read More]

Dubai to launch security standards for autonomous vehicles

Dubai Electronic Security Centre (DESC) is all set to launch its own Cyber Security Standards for Autonomous Vehicles (AV) marking yet anoth...[Read More]

Online shopping scams impacts million users in UAE

With the rise in the popularity of e-commerce, more than 1 million UAE consumers have fallen victiom to online shopping scams alone last yea...[Read More]

ESET Launches ESET Smart TV Security at MWC

ESET has launched ESET Smart TV Security, an advanced technology protection solution against targeted malware attacks on connected TVs and o...[Read More]

ESET to Throw the Spotlight on Security Issues Faced by Connected Devices at MWC

ESET will launch its latest IoT security solutions and share groundbreaking research into the security and privacy implications of smart hom...[Read More]

Sophos Home Premium Brings Ransomware Protection to End Users

Sophos has today announced Sophos Home Premium with ransomware protection.

ESET Offers 6 Months Additional Subscription to Mark “Data Privacy Day”

ESET Middle East has announced that it is running a month long promotional campaign from 28th January 2018 to 28th February 2018 to mark ...[Read More]

Here’s How to Keep Your Kids Safe Online

Let’s face it. The Internet can be a very dangerous place, especially for kids.

IoT Malware Exploits Router Vulnerability

Written by: Cong Zheng, Claud Xiao, Yanhui Jia of Palo Alto Networks Unit 42

Mirai Okiru Botnet Targets ARC-Based IoT Devices

Mirai malware and its many variants which have targeted CPU architectures in the past, is now targeting the second most popular type of CPU ...[Read More]

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