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Cyber Protection Whitepaper

Cyber Protection Whitepaper Learn about how cyber protection is the new, fresh framework for the US public sector. With the world's data doubling every two years, the need to protect that data, as well as the systems it sits on, from loss or exposure has

Not-For-Profit, But Not Out Of Mind

Nonprofits in Need  Amidst the COVID-19 response, many organizations have found themselves fighting a battle on two fronts: one physical, the other digital. Both public and private sector industries have been doing their best to keep their networks, devices, and data safe from cyber threats as

More Impressive Independent Testing Results

This year, we successfully took part in ICSA Labs’ assessment for endpoint anti-malware certification. Acronis SCS Cyber Protect Cloud, our endpoint protection software with backup built in, passed all of the tests to be certified and achieved the same excellent result it did with AV-TEST and VB100 – earning certification after its first test. As in
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Recorded Future Podcast with John Zanni

Tooling up to Protect Federal, State, and Local Governments Join CEO, John Zanni as he speaks on Recorded Future's podcast regarding the unique challenges the US public sector faces when trying to protect valuable assets. Also learn about John's unconventional path to cybersecurity and his
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Amidst COVID-19, Healthcare Needs a Cyber Lifeline

COVID-19 Not the Only Epidemic of Epic Proportions As America’s frontline doctors, nurses, and healthcare staff continue the fight against COVID-19, hospital and medical center IT teams are waging a battle against a different kind of epidemic – the exploitation and compromise of sensitive data
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Beware the Newest Coronavirus Email Scam

It is a known fact that cybercriminals love to hijack global news headlines to spread their scams and increase their profits. This approach has reached a new moral low recently as cyberattackers threaten to deliberately infect people not with ransomware or malware, but with the