ESET Adds Linux Support

ESET introduces malware protection for enterprise and SMB Linux environments

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

November 14, 2007

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SAN DIEGO -- ESET, the leader in proactive threat protection, today unveiled three new Linux solutions for enterprise and SMB network environments. The new Gateway, File and Mail solutions are built on the company’s award-winning ESET NOD32 Antivirus scanning engine and provide Linux users with the highest level of malware protection with little impact on network performance.

“As organizations continue to grow their Linux network infrastructure, they will require highly scalable and robust security solutions that will tightly integrate with their Linux environments,” said Miroslav Trnka, co-founder and CTO of ESET. “ESET’s solutions, with their minimal impact on network performance and highly-configurable design, are perfectly suited for Linux environments of all sizes. And as the Linux platforms continue to evolve, ESET will continue to develop the most efficient and innovative malware solutions on the market.”

Built upon ESET’s powerful ThreatSense® technology for proactive malware identification, these products feature an unprecedented scanning speed and detection rate. The small footprint and fast performance make the solutions optimally suited for the challenging environment of systems with heavy network traffic, and the solutions can be used in unison or separately to meet the specific needs of organizations of all sizes and configurations.


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