Cloud Security

A unified, hybrid cloud security platform for Microsoft Azure and Hyper-V

Security for Hybrid Cloud

Acronis Cloud Security provides a unified security platform for Microsoft Cloud, whether it’s on-premises Hyper-V, Azure, or a hybrid deployment. It includes built-in agentless antivirus (AV) and anti-ransomware (ARW) scanning, virtual firewall, intrusion detection (IDS), deep packet inspection, network analytics, detailed audit logs, and support for software-defined networks (SDN).

in 2019, 93% of organizations reported that they had been the target of a cyberattack within the past three years. 40% reported the sophistication and complexity of attacks remain their greatest challenge.
Source: IDC, 2019
  • Cost-Efficient
    Streamline security operations across multiple Hyper-V clusters and Azure instances. Secure all Microsoft Cloud resources from a single console, eliminating the need for multiple cybersecurity tools
  • Secure
    Virtual firewall allows organizations to control all inbound, outbound, and VM-to-VM traffic, inspecting packets before they reach VMs or virtual networks
  • Controlled
    Meet strict security, privacy, and compliance requirements with complete control over access to your VMs, hosts, tenants, and administrative functionality

Features

  • Agentless Anitvirus Scans

    Agentless Anitvirus Scans

    No need to acquire and deploy separate third-party solutions – scans are performed at the network layer and require no agents so there is no effect on VM performance
  • Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

    Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

    Granular user and tenant management through role-based access control (RBAC), separating users and resources, reducing risk of cross-contamination
  • Virtual Firewall

    Virtual Firewall

    Virtual firewall allows organizations to control all inbound, outbound, and VM-to-VM traffic, inspecting packets before they reach VMs or virtual networks
  • Audit Logs

    Audit Logs

    Logging of all events, network traffic, and user actions, including results of changes, enabling easy and simple audits to meet strict security compliance requirements

Cloud Security

Formerly 5Nine Cloud Security

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What Differentiates Acronis Cloud Security

Acronis Cloud Security is the only unified hybrid cloud security platform. It provides virtual firewall, agentless antivirus scans, ransomware protection, intrusion detection, and analysis of anomalies for the Microsoft Cloud

All the tools. One simple interface

No other solution offers such a range of powerful monitoring and management tools

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Looking for help?

  • How do I add Virtual Firewall rules in Acronis Cloud Security?

    In the object tree, select the entity for which you want to apply the rule. The Rules menu will give you multiple types of rules you can add.

  • How do I perform a remote installation of Acronis Cloud Security’s Host Management Service?

    In the Acronis Cloud Security Setup dialog box, select "Host Management Service" and click on the "Remote install" button. The Remote Installation Wizard will start up and guide you through the installation.

  • My Acronis Cloud Security virtual firewall isn’t applying its rules. How do I fix this?

    On the affected host, first check to confirm the vFirewall service has not been disabled. If it’s enabled and the rules are still not in effect, check to see if the Acronis Cloud Security filtering extension is enabled on the host.

  • How do I view the internal audit events in Acronis Cloud Security?

    Go to the View menu and select Internal Events Audit. A dialog box will pop up giving you options for filtering the events. Click the Settings button to ensure that you’re saving the event categories you’re interested in.

  • How do I create a user-defined security group in Acronis Cloud Security?

    Go to the Rules menu and select Add Global Rules Group, or right-click on the Global entity and select Add Group. VMs can be added to the new group from the VM Settings menu, or from the Members tab in the group’s settings.

  • Product help

    In case you have any difficulties, we have collected all the useful materials for this product in our Knowledge Base, Video Tutorials and documentation. Also you can always ask your question on our Discussion boards.

  • Technical support

    Customers with active product maintenance or subscription are entitled to 24/7 technical support. Follow the instructions at the Technical Support Site to get prompt support by phone, chat or email.