Looking for a fun way to spice up just another ordinary Tuesday afternoon? Search no further! Next Tuesday marks Acronis SCS’s official ribbon cutting at our Scottsdale, Arizona headquarters. Come celebrate our big day alongside Governor Doug Ducey, Senator Martha McSally, Congressman Greg Stanton, Mayor Jim Lane, and other distinguished guests and members of the Arizona community. The event also serves as the official launch of Acronis SCSVets, our brand new initiative aimed at helping veterans, active duty military,
How do I love thee network engineer, let me count the ports. 3, that’s right just 3 ports (okay, maybe 5 if you want automated agent installs) you will need to open on your firewalls to get fantastic, fully functional data protection for your entire
Yesterday, Acronis SCS signed a White House pledge to help America’s workers and our nation’s veterans thrive. Through the Acronis SCSVets initiative, which will formally launch in October, we pledge to help 300 veterans, active duty military, and military spouses over the next five years develop the cyber certificates,
A Gap in the Backup Market In today’s backup and recovery software market, there is a troubling gap for public sector customers operating in air-gapped, ‘no internet’ environments. In particularly challenging settings, like deployed defense elements at the edge or those with sensitive or classified
The Data Protection Evolution In the decades since cybersecurity became a key priority for companies and federal government agencies alike, we have witnessed a necessary evolution in information security doctrine and strategies. For years, layered data protection tools – from perimeter defense to identity management
Arizona’s Election Security Landscape With the 2020 campaign season well underway, US states are working hard to shore up their election systems before the upcoming primaries. Arizona has good reason to be a part of this nationwide reckoning: as Arizona’s Secretary of State Katie Hobbs
Last month, I attended one of the stops on the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Cybersecurity Maturation Model Certification (CMMC) listening tour to gain a better understanding of future cyber hygiene expectations for the defense industrial base (DIB). The CMMC, which was first announced in June, is the Department’s fresh
By now, you’ve undoubtedly heard the news. Last Friday, Texas became the latest addition to a very long list of US government targets victimized by ransomware. What makes this case stand out is the wide impact of the attacks, which targeted 23 different Texas municipalities in one coordinated sweep.
Giving Back to Our Veterans In the business world, companies frequently express their desire to give back to veterans, citing a civic responsibility to repay the debt our nation owes those who have volunteered to fight and defend it. But what about hiring those who have served?
During recent discussions with a number of IT decisionmakers across the higher education landscape, an interesting trend emerged. Many of these leaders and their IT teams choose to forego backups of mobile endpoints and edge devices, instead entrusting that responsibility to individual users and employees.