Well, it depends on a lot of things.Thanks all for the suggestion, now I am only in doubt between ESET and Kaspersky.
When using Eset always have the HIPS rules that make it default deny all scripts, Word macros, etc. Script launchers are one of the main infection vectors nowadays. The instructions are here:I've been struggling in recent tests with ESET, finding it hard to survive against sophisticated malware. I've always been a fan, but the lack of Application Control module and BB gives one a bit of a worry for those malware that aren't included on the pack of signatures. I would go with Kaspersky all the way.
Eset IS + WD SmartScreen(for EXE ) is solid. you can also Enable Eset parental control it works at network level and filters bad IPs(network wide for all application) and URLs(on the browser)
soon Eset will add a BB like protection to all Eset products.