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Work from home expose companies and end-users to cyber threats

ESET extends safety measure to help protect corporate users and netizens

Manila, Philippine – 02 April 2020 – After the World Health Organization (WHO) declared coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic, the global community experienced an unprecedented reaction that continue to impact everyone, including the world economy.

To curve the spread of the virus, travel ban, quarantine, social distancing and ultimately lockdowns have been declared by many countries, including the Philippines.

As the pandemic forced majority of the workforce to stay at home, many will be exposing their company and personal devices to greater risk as they leave the safety and security of the workplace. The situation revealed a critical fact, many are still guilty of poor cybersecurity hygiene, and with the increase of cyber-attacks, “thinking before clicking” will not be sufficient nor effective preventive measure.

To extend the safety measures inherent in corporate settings to individual homes, internet security company – ESET, with its official distributor B1G2 Technologies, will be giving away free antivirus to the general public. This is part of the company’s corporate social responsibility and commitment to making the digital world more secure. With ESET, anyone working at home can securely do their online and offline activities to maintain productivity while minimizing the risk of malware infection that can disrupt business operations.

Having a security software installed on your device is the first step to securing your data and other sensitive information. In times like these, reliable security is a must. Now, with ESET security installed, you can work at ease and browse the internet worry-free.



To claim your free license, send a private message on ESET’s Facebook page to receive a three-month premium subscription of ESET Internet Security. Visit their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/esetph/ and enjoy safer technology!

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