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ESET has been recognised in three Modern Endpoint Security IDC MarketScape reports



ESET, a global leader in digital security, achieved a great success when named a Leader in IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Modern Endpoint Security for Small Businesses 2024 Vendor Assessment.


ESET was named a Leader in IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Modern Endpoint Security for Small Businesses 2024 Vendor Assessment (doc #US50521424, March 2024), and a Major Player in the next two IDC MarketScape reports — IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Modern Endpoint Security for Enterprises 2024 Vendor Assessment (doc #US50521223, January 2024) and IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Modern Endpoint Security for Midsize Businesses 2024 Vendor Assessment (doc #US50521323, February 2024). All these reports provide an in-depth quantitative and qualitative technology market assessments of ICT vendors for a wide range of technology markets.


According to IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Modern Endpoint Security for Small Businesses, ESET “earned its longevity and durability as a private entity by continuous evolution in its security capabilities in support of public and commercial organizations and its channel partners.”


“We are excited to be named a Leader and even twice a Major Player in the IDC MarketScape evaluation of our modern endpoint security in small business, enterprise and midsize, respectively. The cyberattacks are one of the most pertinent threats to modern businesses. Thanks to our over 30-year experience in cybersecurity, continued investment in product-directed research and development, and financial stability, we are able to ensure the highest possible level of protection for our customers and partners. We are pleased that our efforts are recognized externally too,” said Pavol Balaj, Chief Business Officer.


According to IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Modern Endpoint Security for Small Businesses, “The expansiveness of ESET’s endpoint security-focused product portfolio is a principal strength.“


IDC commends ESET in terms of the following capabilities:


  • Number of endpoint protection functions (host-based FW and IDS/IPS, DNS filtering, device control, DLP and device encryption) with half of these functions offered as standard features


  • In-browser policy controls


  • Anti-phishing protections


  • Anti-tampering precautions


  • Intel TDT integration (introduced in early 2022)


  • Mobile threat detection


  • Customer security advisory recently enhanced with the commercial launch of device vulnerability management and patch management and integration with Microsoft Intune.

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