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ESET Rolls Out Multi-Device Security Packs

Packs are available in two configurations

SAN DIEGO, Feb. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ESET, the global leader in proactive digital protection, today announced the availability of ESET® Multi-Device Security Pack. The bundled offerings include multiple ESET products to provide comprehensive proactive protection across multiple devices and operating systems.

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"ESET recognizes that the IT needs of individuals are not the same, and with that in mind set out to create a flexible, all-in-one security offering that could protect multiple operating systems across their mix of desktop and mobile devices," said Andrew Lee, CEO, ESET North America. "As a result, ESET Multi-Device Security Pack offers comprehensive protection with an easy set up at an affordable cost."

ESET Multi-Device Security Packs provide protection and flexibility, especially for families or single users having more than one device they need to cover with an AV solution. With one license, customers can activate any ESET consumer product, desktop or mobile, depending on their needs. Current ESET customers are eligible to upgrade to the ESET Multi-Device Security Packs from any product and complete protection for their entire home or small office, whether it includes PCs, Macs or Android devices.

The packs are available in two configurations: 3+3 and 5+5. With the 3+3 option, customers can protect three PCs, Macs, and Android devices. With 5+5, customers can protect up to 10 devices across their mix of products.

The ESET Multi-Device Security Packs are available in retail, through partners, and direct via www.eset.com with the 3+3 starting at $84.99 and the 5+5 option for $99.99.

For more information on the new Multi-Device Security Packs, please visit:

www.eset.com/us/home/products/multi-device-security/

About ESET

ESET®, the pioneer of proactive protection and the maker of the award-winning ESET NOD32® technology, is a global provider of security solutions for businesses and consumers. For over 26 years, the Company continues to lead the industry in proactive threat detection. By obtaining the 80th VB100 award in June 2013, ESET NOD32 technology holds the record number of Virus Bulletin "VB100" Awards, and has never missed a single "In-the-Wild" worm or virus since the inception of testing in 1998. In addition, ESET NOD32 technology holds the longest consecutive string of the VB100 awards of any AV vendor. ESET has also received a number of accolades from AV-Comparatives, AV-TEST and other testing organizations and reviews. ESET NOD32® Antivirus, ESET Smart Security®, ESET Cyber Security® (solution for Mac), ESET® Mobile Security and IT Security for Business are trusted by millions of global users and are among the most recommended security solutions in the world.

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