By Lewis Rogers & James Pink
As a small Business, should security be your number one priority? With the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) coming into effect 25th May 2018, we certainly believe it should be, and ESET plays a key role in the fight against cybercrime and data theft, demonstrated by ESET’s 107 million users across the world. ESET is used by some of the biggest players, with Google trusting its detection engine to make sure their users are safe with Chrome Cleanup. ESET also protects small SMEs and larger organisations, like Dorset County Council and Dorset Police’s Hi-Tech Crime Unit.
“We chose ESET Endpoint Antivirus as it met all our requirements and had an enviable reputation as the vendor with the most VB awards”
“Nothing can beat ESET’s proactive detection, system scan speed and light footprint”
What does ESET Endpoint Security do?
ESET’s signature database is updated in real time – as soon as a new threat is detected, the update is released, securing and managing multiple devices easily. ESET runs regular threats scans, crucially without affecting the device’s performance. ESET will also monitor a user’s behaviour and, if suspicious activity is identified, it will make sure that it will stop the process before any harm is inflicted. ESET also features: Botnet Protection, Web control and anti-phishing, it also identifies a wide range of Malware such as viruses, rootkits, worms, spyware and ransomware.
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