Protect your Microsoft and Google data against ransomware and other modern cyberthreats: A must-see webinar

Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud
for Service Providers

Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace are some of the world’s most popular productivity suites — which makes them prime targets for cybercriminals. And despite being major players in the tech industry, neither company offers sufficient security for business-critical data. If you’re fully relying on their protection, you’re one cyberattack away from disaster.

The good news? You can shore up those defenses with modern cyber protection, and it only takes a few simple steps.

Join James Slaby, Director of Cyber Protection at Acronis, and Gabriel Popescu, Acronis Solutions Engineer, on May 31 at 9:00 AM EDT for an exciting (and free!) webinar: Protect your Microsoft and Google data against ransomware and other modern cyberthreats.

We’ll be covering:

  • The importance of securing business-critical data across modern productivity suites
  • The potentially fatal limitations of Microsoft and Google’s built-in protection tools
  • How modern cyber protection solutions can close those gaps — including intercepting social engineering attacks that target the weakest link in the security chain: the human element
  • Tips for educating users on security awareness and shrinking the most common attack vectors

Every day, employees are sharing sensitive data across channels like Microsoft Teams, SharePoint Online, and Google Drive, and opening email attachments on networked company devices. It only takes one breach to devastate businesses of any size.

If you see want to strengthen your cyber protection posture and defend your organization against catastrophe, this webinar is for you. Don’t miss this incredible learning opportunity — reserve your free spot today.

About Acronis

A Swiss company founded in Singapore in 2003, Acronis has 15 offices worldwide and employees in 50+ countries. Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud is available in 26 languages in 150 countries and is used by over 20,000 service providers to protect over 750,000 businesses.