ESET Threat Report Q4 2020
This report reflects on the key threats that emerged or expanded in the 4th quarter of 2020.
Cybersecurity Trends 2020
This annual report outlines expected cybersecurity trends for the coming year.
Is The AI Hype Putting Businesses At Risk?
From the report, “In this paper, we discuss that while ML has proven to be a powerful tool in detecting malware for many years, the reality is that true AI does not yet exist. (more available)
This report offers insight into the Win32/Industroyer a new threat for industrial control systems.
TeleBots are back: Supply-chain attacks against Ukraine
The latest Petya-like outbreak has gathered a lot of attention from the media. However, it should be noted that this was not an isolated incident: this is the latest in a series of similar attacks in Ukraine. (more available)
Gazing at Gazer: Turla's New Second Stage Backdoor
Herein we release our analysis of a previously undocumented backdoor that has been targeted against embassies and consulates around the world leads us to attribute it, with high confidence, to the Turla group. (more available)
Carbon Paper: Peering into Turla's second stage backdoor
“The Turla espionage group has been targeting various institutions for many years. Recently, we found several new versions of Carbon, a second stage backdoor in the Turla group arsenal. (more available)
Trends for 2015: Targeting the Corporate World
The “Trends For 2015 – Targeting the Corporate World” report by the ESET LATAM Research Lab invites you to review some of the most significant cases that affected computer security in 2014, and to consider and present the challenges and threats expected for 2015. (more available)
Behind our Digital Doors: Cybersecurity & the Connected Home
In support of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (October), ESET® and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) commissioned a survey to better understand the role of cybersecurity in the American household, providing an inside-look into how it is adapting in the digital era of the data breach. (more available)