Eset aims for €1bn sales in 2025-26
Cybersecurity firm Eset increased sales by 14% to €640m last year and expects to make over €700m this year, its CEO Richard Marko said. It aims to top the €1bn mark in 2025 or 2026. Eset pulled out of the Russian and Belarusian markets after the Russian invasion, but the war has increased corporate and governmental investments in cybersecurity. Eset will transform itself from an Ltd. to a joint stock company later this year. This will allow it to consider going public later; it has no specific plans yet. Nor does it plan to sell to some corporate giant.