John Zanni, CEO of Acronis SCS, sat down with Cyber Security Matters podcast hosts Dominic Vogel and Christian Redshaw to discuss cyber protection for the public sector. Take a listen.
In 2016, only 43% of American employees worked remotely in some capacity. Today, the swift spread of the COVID-19 pandemic has caused that statistic to surge, forcing organizations and schools across the country to adopt work-from-home (WFH) or learn-from-home policies virtually overnight. Few organizations were
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
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
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
The Value of Independent Testing Next week will mark the official release of Acronis SCS Cyber Protect Cloud – an innovative cyber protection product that delivers unprecedented integration of backup with full-stack next-generation anti-malware protection and comprehensive endpoint and remote work management tools. In advance of
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
The New COVID-19 Reality The new coronavirus-induced reality has brought new challenges and new risks, specifically in cyberspace, as more and more organizations are required to go digital. It’s no secret that cybercriminals often take advantage of vulnerable targets during times of crisis. Unfortunately, today’s coronavirus epidemic is no exception. Not only are businesses and governmental organizations
Ransomware & The US Public Sector Whitepaper Ransomware, which the US Department of Justice has defined as any “form of malware that targets your critical data and systems for the purpose of extortion,” has dominated headlines in 2019, but the mode of attack is far
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.