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ESET wins Information Security award

ESET has emerged the Best Information Security Company of the Year at Beacon of ICT awards 2018 held in Lagos at the weekend. Organisers say the recognition was as a result of dedication of the firm to developing high-performing security solutions for home users and corporate customers, predicting, preventing, detecting and remediating all known and emerging forms of cybersecurity threats.

It has taken the award for two consecutive years in a row .

ESET is notable for its extensive line of solutions which protect all types of environments and platforms from computers and servers to mobile devices, helping their clients maintain maximum protection across all types of environments.

Speaking after collecting the award, the country manager, Mr. Olufemi Ake, dedicated the award to ESET’s loyal customers in the country.

He also appreciated the team for their consistency and resilience over the years. “We are happy that Nigerians recognised our efforts in offering a full range of business and consumer products. In fact, more than 95 per cent of our customers in Nigeria are retained annually. This says a lot about our commitment to providing proactive protection and enviable technical support service to existing customers.

“Our product range from Endpoint Security, Server Security (both File Server and Mail Security for Exchange Server), Access Protection (Two-Factor Authentication), Data Loss Prevention, Encryption, Mobile Device Management, Patch Management and Threat Detection & Management. ESET has over 120 active partners in Nigeria and over 95 per cent of sales generated since the past nine years were made through these partners.

“ESET Nigeria continuously prioritise educating the citizens on the importance of IT security of their personal and work devices. We hence have invested in projects such as ESET Secure School over the years which has provided over 100,000 copies of premium IT security solutions free for the academia and still running,” he said.

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