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ESET Launches New Enterprise Security Tools

ESET on Thursday announced the general availability of a new line of enterprise security solutions that include endpoint detection and response (EDR), forensic investigation, threat monitoring, sandbox, and management tools.

The new EDR tool is ESET Enterprise Inspector, which provides real-time data from the cybersecurity firm’s endpoint security platform. The product is fully customizable and ESET claims it offers “vastly more visibility for complete prevention, detection and response against all types of cyber threats.”

The new enterprise solutions also include ESET Threat Hunting, an on-demand forensic investigation tool that provides details on alarms and events, and ESET Threat Monitoring, which constantly monitors all Enterprise Inspector data for threats.

Enterprise Inspector is also complemented by ESET Dynamic Threat Defense, a cloud sandbox designed for a quick analysis of potential threats.

ESET also announced the availability of Security Management Center, a successor of Remote Administrator that provides network visibility, security management and reporting capabilities from a central console.

“We understand that global enterprises require cybersecurity solutions tailored specifically for their business as we have cooperated with a number of them to create our all-new suite of security solutions,” said Juraj Malcho, Chief Technology Officer at ESET. “We believe that any enterprise should be able to manage and customize their security solutions with ease, and we are proud that our new lineup reduces complexity and integrates seamlessly into their network.”

The new solutions were first demoed at the RSA Conference in May and they are now available to organizations in the United States, Canada, Czech Republic, Slovakia and the Netherlands.

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Eduard Kovacs (@EduardKovacs) is a contributing editor at SecurityWeek. He worked as a high school IT teacher for two years before starting a career in journalism as Softpedia’s security news reporter. Eduard holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial informatics and a master’s degree in computer techniques applied in electrical engineering.