ESET - Intel partnership for ransomware detection

Η ESET, a supplier of endpoint security products based in Europe, aims to integrate technology Intel Threat Detection Technology (Intel® TDT) in the multi-level cyber security suite it offers.

Recognizing its complex and evolving nature ransomware, an increasingly serious threat to the professional and personal life of customers, the ESET will enhance detection technologies based on detection software ransomware that only the hardware of Intel can offer.


With the advancement of technological innovations often bringing new tools for the sustainable development and security of small and medium-sized enterprises, the integration of Intel TDT means that its endpoint security software ESET running on computers with its technology Intel can offer superior protection from ransomware.

"This partnership recognizes the immediate enhancement of the protection offered by the integration of ransomware-based detection technology hardware of Intel. Utilizing CPU-level telemetry is an effective step we can take to enable improved malware encryption monitoring. For ESET this means exposing ransomware as it tries to avoid crawling in memory. ESET has always believed in the multi-level approach and with the new addition "We recognize that hardware-based security is the next milestone in the fight against threats," said Előd Kironský, Head of Endpoint Solutions and Security Technologies at ESET.

Due to the devastating effects of the attacks ransomware and the growing complexity of maintaining a secure end point defense, the ransomware remains one of the biggest problems in the industry.

To better address it, integrate improvements in detection ransomware in its endpoint security solutions ESET will provide increased immunity to most detection bypasses.

In addition, with machine learning Intel TDT to constantly evolve and progress its end-point security solutions ESET will simultaneously develop the ability to detect threats ransomware.

For the ESET and its customers, the value of this collaboration lies in the parallel benefits of using machine learning models Intel TDT to aid detection ransomware and the simultaneous transfer of these processing requirements to the integrated graphics processing unit (GPU) of her Intel, maintaining the overall performance of the system at high levels.

“The low impact on system performance is an area in which ESET always prioritizes the multilevel architecture of its software and is a key selling point for many of our customers. "Utilizing technology that can help us prevent and protect, while maintaining performance, is a choice that benefits everyone," he added. Kironský.

The benefits of this integration will be available later this year in an upcoming release of its endpoint security products. ESET.

In the first editions, the ESET will focus on endpoints with computers Intel Core™ 9th generation and younger Intel Core™ and Intel vPro with Windows, who are able to take advantage of Intel TDT from the beginning (out-of-the-box).

"The Ransomware affects both small and large businesses and can have a global economic impact. We are excited to be working with ESET, which offers the possibility of implementation internationally. The optimizations ransomware of ESET will work both in Intel vPro Enterprise as well as in our news Intel vPro Essentials aimed at small and medium-sized enterprises. This offers an exciting package hardware and software that provides security for businesses of any size and provides higher efficiency when the software ESET runs on computers with Intel. This is an important step forward in tackling it ransomware", Said the Carla Rodriguez, Sr Director Ecosystem Principal Consultant Enablement, Intel Body. The Best Technology Site in Greece
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