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Comply with HIPAA Through Acronis SCS Solutions

Introduction Today’s cloud technologies offer a wide range of solutions that medical organizations can use to easily and securely process protected health information (PHI). Knowing that these tools meet the strict regulatory requirements of the healthcare industry is not as easy, though. When it comes
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Hardening Utilities for a More Resilient Future

Panic at the Gas Pump At the beginning of May, one of the nation’s largest pipelines, which carries refined gasoline and jet fuel from Texas up the East Coast to New York, was forced to shut down after being hit by a cyberattack in a

Let Acronis SCS Be Your Nonprofit’s Safety Net

Nonprofits’ Solution for Data Security and Cloud Protection  Nonprofit organizations have a crucial place in American Society, from public libraries and museums to community service groups and religious organizations, they make a difference to the lives of millions of American people every day. While such organizations vary

Data Security and Cloud Protection for the Public Sector 

Data today is one of the most valuable commodities in the world, and every organization must continually assess the safety of their systems as cyber criminals are constantly evolving their methods of attack. For public sector organizations, this is even more important, where a cyberattack or loss
Criminal Justice Security

Certified Solutions = Cyber Trust for Criminal Justice System

Our country relies on the criminal justice system to keep the peace and provide structure for a law-abiding and organized society. The criminal justice system is composed of a large series of government agencies and institutions ranging from police and other first responders, prosecutor and
Healthcare Cyber Security

Certified Products = Good Cyber Hygiene for Healthcare

The first electronic healthcare record (EHR) system was created in 1972. Since then, hospitals have continuously moved towards paperless patient health information (PHI) record keeping. What began as a simple data entry system has grown into an entire network of electronic medical records and patient
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Implementing a Secure Approach in a Zero Trust World

The Origins of Zero Trust If you keep pace with cybersecurity trends, you have undoubtedly heard the term “zero trust” with increasing frequency in recent years. The term, first coined by Forrester analyst John Kindervag in 2010, and popularized by Palo Alto Networks in years since, refers to a