Acronis

    HIPAA-compliant cloud backup and disaster recovery

    Acronis
    G2 Server Backup Leader
    2023
    For Business & Enterprise
    Acronis Cyber Protect
    Formerly Acronis Cyber Backup
    Centralized cyber protection solution to streamline your endpoint protection, backup and disaster recovery, and management through integration and automation.
    NOW WITH EDR

    From $70.99

    For Managed Service Providers
    Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud
    Integrated cyber protection platform unifying cybersecurity, backup & recovery, and management to reduce complexity, streamline your services and cut costs. All in one solution for MSPs.

    Flexible Pricing

    Acronis Cyber Protect for health care organizations

    • Recover swiftly

      Scale in the cloud. Back up and restore health data to keep operations on track. Mitigate data loss against cyberattacks, disasters, infrastructure failures or human errors.

    • Reduce cyber risk

      Secure unstructured and structured data. Automate data classification to ensure the protection of vital patient assets and support compliance reporting.

    • Enhance security posture

      Protect against advanced threats, including ransomware, data stealers and zero-day malware. Integrate cybersecurity and data protection in one solution.

    Recent HIPAA-compliant backup success stories

    Access IT Solutions offers Acronis Cyber Backup Cloud to its health care clients

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    • Key challenges
      Access IT Solutions needed a single solution for all clients that streamlined the recovery process.
    • Risks
      The solution needed to support multiple platforms and satisfy HIPAA regulations.
    • Our solution
      The HIPAA-compliant encryption, with a hybrid of on-premises and cloud backup capabilities to support 20 virtual, physical, and cloud platforms, convinced Access IT Solutions that Acronis Cyber Backup Cloud was their ideal solution.
    • Our client’s quote
      “Since most of our clients are in the health care industry, it goes without saying that everything is mission critical. Our primary offering with Acronis is full image backup to defend against disasters.”
      — Fabio Meira, President of Access IT Solutions
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    Rapidly recover

    Restore and access critical patient data when you need it — even in emergencies.

    Award-winning disaster recovery designed to support health care applications that complements our HIPAA-compliant backup solution. Seamless management, quicker recoveries and unified protection to prevent any unforeseen incident with your data.

    • HIPAA-compliant disaster recovery

      HIPAA-compliant disaster recovery

      Acronis Advanced Disaster Recovery is fully compliant with HIPAA requirements to ensure that sensitive patient data is handled with utmost care. Your health care institution can now achieve total data resilience without compromising patient confidentiality.
    • Reduce downtime and data loss

      Reduce downtime and data loss

      Acronis offers best-in-industry recovery time objectives (RTOs) and recovery point objectives (RPOs). Malware-free recoveries avoid reinfection by failing over to recovery points that have been scanned and remediated for malware and vulnerabilities.
    • Get running in seconds

      Get running in seconds

      Acronis Instant Restore enables rapid restoral of large amounts of data to get patient care back on track. It immediately starts your backup as a Windows or Linux virtual machine directly from storage. Instant Restore technology invisibly moves your data to the host in the background.
    • Recover to any platform

      Recover to any platform

      Acronis protects over 30 workload types in one single console, making it easy for healthcare IT to manage workloads and reduce protection costs.

    Protect health data backups

    Acronis maintains the security, integrity and privacy of patient information without interruption.

    Health care providers depend on critical information to make well-informed decisions when evaluating, analyzing, diagnosing, treating and providing aftercare to patients. Acronis Cyber Protect delivers comprehensive backup to ensure electronic health records (EHR), protected health information (PHI), and other clinical assets are impervious to data loss, downtime and malicious activity.

    • HIPAA-compliant backup encryption

      HIPAA-compliant backup encryption

      Encrypt all backed-up data, rendering it useless to cybercriminals. Deploy robust encryption to avoid expensive regulatory penalties and stay compliant. Improve compliance reporting with Data Protection Maps by adding detailed information on data storage and protection status tracking of critical files.
    • Reliable cloud backup

      Reliable cloud backup

      Scale, manage and protect high volumes of data. Deploy flexible, cost-effective hybrid backup that grows with your health and non-health data and lets you take advantage of on-site and off-site backups anywhere, anytime.
    • Continuous data protection

      Continuous data protection

      Ensure clinicians and health care workers do not lose in-progress work. The Acronis agent monitors all changes made in the list of defined applications and continuously backs them up.
    • Simplify data management

      Simplify data management

      Centralize anti-malware protection. Perform scans of full disk backups at a centralized location. Detect and remediate malware such as ransomware, ensuring that you are always restoring from clean, malware-free backups.

    Related stories

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    What our customers say 4.8

    • Awesome solution with advanced features

      Cyber protection of backups. The best-recommended solution for any business that needs to protect its backups from any cyber attacks and a pack with complete backup security.

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      Infrastructure engineer
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    • Incredibly easy to use

      The software is incredibly easy to use. We use this to backup all of our customer's servers and cloud services. Restoring is very easy.

      James H.
      Verified Acronis user
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    • Acronis Cyber Protect is a pleasure

      It is really cleverly designed, integrates very easily, and the rollout to machines is a pleasure. Single pane of glass view across all sites where you have it rolled out.

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      Senior Engineer
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    Your business deserves proven cyber protection

    Approved corporate endpoint protection for macOS
    Approved corporate endpoint protection for macOS
    AV-TEST participant and test winner
    AV-TEST participant and test winner
    VB100 certified
    VB100 certified
    ICSA Labs endpoint anti-malware certified
    ICSA Labs endpoint anti-malware certified
    AV-Comparatives participant and test winner
    AV-Comparatives participant and test winner
    G2 Server Backup Leader
    G2 Server Backup Leader
    Best of IT - Enterprise Data Backup Solution Award
    Best of IT - Enterprise Data Backup Solution Award
    Magic Quadrant for Data Center Backup and Recovery Solutions
    Magic Quadrant for Data Center Backup and Recovery Solutions
    ITreview Grid Award Summer
    ITreview Grid Award Summer
    Microsoft Virus Initiative member
    Microsoft Virus Initiative member
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    Looking for help?

    Frequently Asked Questions

    • What are the consequences of data loss in health care?

      Insufficient cybersecurity and data protection can leave health care organizations open to a variety of adverse consequences. Each could be devastating to the long-term health and viability of an organization:

      • Downtime

      • Data loss

      • Susceptibility to cybercriminal extortion

      • Regulatory fines

      • Reputational damage
    • How often should health care data be backed up?

      Performing regular backups is essential to protecting health care data, including patient information, organizational assets and critical financial information. Data of high criticality requires backup at more frequent intervals. For many health care providers, this means backups are performed every 24 hours.
    • Why is data interoperability important in health care?

      Interoperability ensures health care data remains accessible and functional throughout patient care. As average life expectancy continues to climb, so does patient data. Facing higher volumes of data and the ongoing digital transformation of the industry, health care providers struggle to maintain accurate, clear and secure data across systems and processes in patient care.

      Most patients receive interconnected care, so their personal data is routinely transmitted between systems, clinicians, other health care workers and themselves. Interoperability can help simplify connectivity between health care organizations and improve secure sharing of patient information. This is key to delivering successful patient outcomes. Additionally, health data interoperability is recognized and supported by HIPAA.
    • How can encryption help protect health care data during backup and recovery?

      Encryption is a vital security measure to safeguard all stored data, including backups. When data is encrypted, information is rendered useless to cyberattackers that gain access to it. By encrypting backups, health care institutions not only protect against data theft and loss, but also avoid costly and reputation-damaging compliance sanctions.

      Encryption is a cornerstone of data integrity for HIPAA-compliant backup and cloud storage. It is one of the most effective ways to defend the accuracy, privacy and accessibility of patient data, including PHI, EHR and various kinds of sensitive data. Encryption also helps control access to sensitive patient information by allowing only authorized, key-equipped individuals to read it.
    • What are the differences between on-site and off-site backup?

      On-site backup solutions store data copies on physical hard drives, media and on-premise servers to safeguard backups away from at-risk systems. One benefit of on-site backup is that data remains close at hand, easily retrievable in a cyberattack or unforeseen event, and quickly recoverable without an internet connection.

      Off-site backup solutions duplicate data to a distinct geographical location secluded from the primary production system. The most common example of off-site backup includes cloud-based backup that stores data to a cloud that is managed by a cloud service provider.
    • What is hybrid backup?

      Hybrid backup solutions combine the advantages of on-site and off-site backup, providing better cyber resilience against attacks and natural disasters. The two methods work harmoniously to provide swift access to essential data through local backups, while also reinforcing security through cloud backup. The result gives health care providers the benefit of accessing restored, critical data quickly in emergency situations without sacrificing the security and integrity of backup repositories.
    • How can health care organizations recover from ransomware attacks?

      Recovering from ransomware attacks is a complex process that requires careful steps to minimize the impact of damage. For health care organizations, these procedures are even more pivotal because of the interconnected systems, sophisticated operations and large volumes of patient data that are involved.

      Incident response plans (IRP) are a fundamental and preparational measure against ransomware attacks on health care organizations. Developing a comprehensive IRP will ensure processes, steps and responsibilities are outlined in a cyberattack. IRPs help health care institutions prepare and establish clear actions to identify, contain and resolve cyber incidents quickly. This preparedness reduces confusion, disruption and downtime with health care operations in the wake of a malware attack, while safeguarding the business continuity that is essential to emergency medical care. Additionally, IRPs help IT organizations diagnose and remediate the missteps and vulnerabilities that provided an opening for the cyberattack, enabling improvement of defenses against future threats.
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