AV-TEST

Acronis Cyber Protect earns Approved Business Security product certification

With the release of Acronis Cyber Protect in Q2 2020, Acronis joined AV-Comparatives’ annual test of business security solutions. AV-Comparatives is a world-famous independent testing organization, which was established in Austria in 1999. Certification by AV-Comparatives provides an official, globally recognized seal of approval for software performance.

The first half-year report by AV-Comparatives was just released, and Acronis received the prestigious Approved Business Security badge -- delivering a 98% detection rate and zero false positives.

Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud Delivers 100% Detection Rate, Zero False Alarms

AV-Test, the leading security institute known for putting anti-malware solutions through their paces, recently completed its examination of Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud – our new cyber protection product being released later this month, which delivers a unique integration of backup with full-stack next-generation anti-malware protection and comprehensive endpoint management tools.

The results are in from AV-Test and Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud performed tremendously well.

In a world where the scourge of ransomware threatens more and more data, it’s of primary importance to protect your data and backups at every step. That’s why the AV-Test Institute examined the threat protection capabilities of popular backup solutions.

It’s not often that one product so completely dominates the rest in a number of important performance measurements. Yet the AV-TEST Institute, an international and independent research lab specializing in IT security and malware research, showed that Acronis True Image is up to 10 times faster than its competition! But before examining those juicy findings, let’s talk about how the institute ranked its ease of use.

When it comes to data protection, you need a comprehensive backup solution or you’re putting your data at risk. That’s why the AV-Test Institute, an international and independent lab specializing in IT security and malware research, set out to evaluate the effectiveness of popular backup solutions currently available to consumers.