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ESET Southern Africa honours local tech businesses with R20k advertising giveaway

During the month of October, the company will be honouring the role of local business by offering advertising space to a small tech business.


ESET Southern Africa celebrates success in a changing market

The 2021 Partner Awards are divided into sales, revenue and service categories, highlighting partners that excelled in those areas.


The hybrid workplace: What does it mean for cyber security?

While securing the new hybrid workplace will be challenging, there are best practices that can guide CISOs, says Carey van Vlaanderen, CEO at ESET Southern Africa.


Beware scams exploiting coronavirus fears

From malware-laden e-mails to fake donations, these are some of the most common cons you should watch out for amid the public health crisis.


What DNS encryption means for enterprise threat hunters

The dawn of the DNS over HTTPS era is putting business security and SOC teams to the challenge, says ESET.


Women in technology

Women are pioneering ways of driving sustainable business in today's hyper-connected and digitised world, says IEIT Cyberlogic.


ESET: a privately held cyber security company

ESET is now the fifth-largest endpoint security vendor in the world, and, being privately held, is not subject to the whims of the market or any investors, the company says.


More curious, less cautious: Protecting kids online

Children's sense of caution far more subdued than in grown-ups, leaving them particularly vulnerable to digital dangers, says Carey van Vlaanderen, CEO at ESET South Africa.


Ngcaba's Convergence Partners buys into ESET

The Pan-African ICT-focused private equity player acquires a minority stake in ESET Southern Africa.


ESET's top 5 cyber security trends for 2017

Today everyone is at risk of becoming a victim of an online attack, and there is potential for cross-pollination as threats evolve, says Carey van Vlaanderen, CEO at ESET Southern Africa.

Nov 24, 2016

Shop online safely on Black Friday

Not all Internet connections are secure enough to be used for online payments, says ESET Southern Africa.


The 5 most common reasons for corporate data loss

Companies that care about data invest adequate resources into protecting it and recovering it in the event of a serious incident, says ESET Southern Africa.

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