One solution for all your data protection needs

Backup and recovery

Never lose a file again; quickly move your data to new drives and computers.


Prevent viruses and ransomware, and never lose time to recover your system again.

  • Anti-ransomware and cryptojacking protection
    Anti-ransomware and cryptojacking protection
    Defend files, applications and systems against ransomware and cryptojacking attacks through advanced detection and prevention technology, enabling automatic recovery of impacted files.
  • Two-factor authentication (2FA)
    Two-factor authentication (2FA)
    Protect your account by requiring two different forms of identification, such as a password and a unique verification code.
  • Vulnerability assessments
    Vulnerability assessments
    Evaluate potential security weaknesses in the operating system and applications with a comprehensive vulnerability assessment tool, offering recommendations for updates to enhance security.
  • Real-time protection
    Real-time protection
    Safeguard devices and backup files against malicious activity, using continuous threat monitoring to address previously unknown risks.
  • Malicious URL filtering
    Malicious URL filtering
    Restrict access to URLs attempting to deliver malware, ransomware or cryptojackers to systems.
  • On-demand antivirus scan
    On-demand antivirus scan
    Execute malware scans as needed, selecting between rapid file scans or comprehensive system analyses.
  • Signature-based threat analysis
    Signature-based threat analysis
    The threat database is updated every five minutes, ensuring continuous defense against emerging risks.
  • Behavioral analysis engine
    Behavioral analysis engine
    Detect malware upon execution using a dynamic detection engine that identifies threats based on interactions with the system.
  • Quarantine and exclusion management
    Quarantine and exclusion management
    Isolate potential threats while maintaining approved program functionality through controlled exclusion lists.
  • Videoconference security
    Videoconference security
    Protect privacy during Zoom, Cisco Webex or Microsoft Teams videoconferencing sessions.


Eliminate the complexity of protecting and managing multiple devices.

  • Cyber protection dashboard
    Cyber protection dashboard
    Easily monitor all devices' backups, data statistics and cybersecurity metrics through an intuitive interface.
  • Flexible management
    Flexible management
    Configure schedules, destinations, and backup types — full image, incremental, differential or custom. Execute remotely quick or full antivirus scans on demand.
  • Unlimited mobile device protection
    Unlimited mobile device protection
    Protect all family smartphones and tablets under a single license.
  • Remote data access
    Remote data access
    Retrieve files or folders from cloud backups on any computer or mobile device, anytime and anywhere.
  • Mobile backup inspection
    Mobile backup inspection
    Browse mobile backup contents directly on the local system.

Identity Protection *

Be in control of your personal data.

* Only available in the U.S. for Advanced and Premium subscriptions.
  • Identity monitoring
    Identity monitoring
    Safeguard personal information, such as social security numbers, and financial details to prevent identity theft.
  • Monitoring portal
    Monitoring portal
    Easy to use portal that monitors the safety of your data and warns you when there is any suspicious activity.
  • Resolution services
    Resolution services
    24 hours a day, every day of the year available to help you restore your identity or losses in case of any breach or theft.
  • Cyber insurance
    Cyber insurance
    You will have up to $1 million in coverage.

Choose a cyber protection plan that meets your needs

Formerly Acronis True Image

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do you back up a computer?

    A computer backup is a second copy of your data that you store separately from the original. That includes family photos and videos, documents, emails, contacts, apps and even the operating system that powers your computer. If the originals are located on your laptop or a mobile device, you keep the backup somewhere else that’s safe — that way, you can use the second copy to restore your files or system if something happens to the original.

    To ensure all of this data is accurately copied so you can use it to recover your computer, backup software is a must. A solution like Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office automatically captures changes to everything, including hidden files that can be missed by manually copying files, and makes the process of recovery easy and efficient.

  • How do you back up a computer to an external hard drive?

    With Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office (formerly Acronis True Image), creating a full image backup on an external hard drive is as easy as two clicks. Once the drive is connected and Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office (formerly Acronis True Image) is running, click Add backup. The entire computer is the default backup source, so you simply need to assign the external drive as the backup destination and then click Back up now.

  • What does it mean to back up a computer to the cloud?

    Computer backups need to be stored someplace safe. Acronis recommends the 3-2-1 backup rule, which includes storing three copies of your data on at least two different types of media (such as external hard drives, network drives, and NAS devices) and keeping one copy off-site. That way, if a fire or flood damages both your original files and the local backup, the off-site copy is available to use for recovery.

    "The cloud" is a term that describes a remote network of computers and servers that you access via the internet. The cloud is a convenient way to store your files off-site, where they are safe from local damage. Subscriptions to the Advanced and Premium editions of Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office (formerly Acronis True Image) include cloud storage, as well as cloud-based features and "anywhere access" to your data.

    With Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office, you also have the ability to automatically replicate local backups in the Acronis Cloud, so you always have an off-site copy of your data available without having to manage a separate backup plan. By choosing this option, after the first successful backup, your backup and replication will be done simultaneously.

  • What is Acronis anti-malware protection?

    Acronis' advanced anti-malware gives you peace of mind by delivering outstanding multilayered threat protection. It uses a set of integrated technologies that address specific attack vectors:

    • Superb protection against known and unknown malware, including ransomware, cryptojackers, and fileless attacks.
    • Behavioral analysis and dynamic detection rules that combat any emerging threats.
    • On-demand antivirus scan that checks all files on your computer for any kind of malware: Trojans, viruses, backdoors, worms, keyloggers, spyware and others.

    Acronis continuously safeguards your device and backups from the latest cyberthreats.

  • Do I need Acronis anti-malware protection if I already have specialized antivirus, anti-malware, firewall, or other security software?

    Yes. Acronis anti-malware uses a set of integrated technologies that deliver data protection capabilities many third-party antiviruses don't.

    • It keeps your backup safe. A dedicated module of Acronis anti-malware protection guards your backup files and the backup agent, preventing deletion or alteration by malware.
    • It restores ransomware-affected files automatically. The majority of other security software only prevents the attack, without automatically recovering the ciphered data.

  • Is Acronis' anti-malware protection compatible with other anti-malware solutions?

    We are aware that you may have specialized antivirus, web filtering, or other security software installed on your device. Although we recommend uninstalling the third-party software and fully relying on Acronis' anti-malware solution, you can still keep it active.

    Acronis' anti-malware protection is compatible with most common anti-malware solutions. They do not conflict with each other for resources and do not create extra overhead on the system.

    However, our real-time protection switches on only if there is no third-party real-time protection solution running on your device. If third-party software is detected, you'll receive a message on your protection dashboard notifying you that another piece of software is protecting you from malicious files.

    Note: If you continue using an existing third-party solution for device protection rather than Acronis' anti-malware, we cannot guarantee the reliability of that third-party protection.

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    Technical support
    For subscription owners, there is free, 24-hour technical support. Refer to the Technical Support Site to find the appropriate support contact.

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