Acronis expands its security offering with XDR solution

Acronis expands its security offering with XDR solution

Acronis has introduced Acronis XDR to its security solution portfolio. Easy to deploy, manage and maintain, Acronis XDR expands on the current endpoint detection and response offering and delivers complete natively integrated, highly efficient cybersecurity with data protection, endpoint management and automated recovery specifically built for managed service providers (MSPs).

Cyberattacks have become increasingly sophisticated due to cybercriminals deploying AI and attack surfaces expanding, allowing businesses to be more vulnerable to data breaches and malware. To protect their customers, MSPs that offer security services commonly only have a choice of complex tools with insufficient, incomplete protection that are expensive and time-consuming to deploy and maintain. As a response to these challenges, Acronis XDR provides complete protection without high costs and added complexity. 

Key features of Acronis XDR include:

• Native integration across cybersecurity, data protection and endpoint management. The product is designed to protect vulnerable attack surfaces enabling unmatched business continuity

• High efficiency, with the ability to easily launch, manage, scale and deliver security services. It also includes AI-based incident analysis and single-click response for swift investigation and response

• Built for MSPs, including a single agent and console for all services, and a customisable platform to integrate additional tools into a unified technology stack.

“It is imperative that MSPs provide reliable cybersecurity to customers with diverse IT environments and constrained budgets,” said Gaidar Magdanurov, president at Acronis. “Acronis XDR enables MSPs to offer top-notch security without the complexity and significant overhead of traditional non-integrated tools. This is achieved in several ways, including AI-assisted capabilities within the Acronis solution that helps MSPs provide the utmost cybersecurity – even if an MSP only has limited cybersecurity expertise.”