When the U.S. military is called up for duty in response to global or domestic crises like the one in which we find ourselves today, it can be all too easy to temporarily sideline other pressing concerns, like cybersecurity and data protection. But with 31,000 cyber incidents targeting federal agencies in fiscal year 2018 alone (and deep misunderstandings of how to protect federal endpoints), the urgency of these issues cannot and should not be neglected—no matter what. When cyber threats, hardware failure and human error threaten both the operational assurance and security of the U.S.military’s most mission-critical assets, addressing these issues becomes more urgent than ever in times of turmoil.
From deployed tactical endpoints like rugged laptops, ships and aircraft to weapons testing and training sites and development centers, the Defense Department needs a solution they can trust to maximize operational assurance and data protection. That’s where Acronis SCS’ hardened backup software for federal government comes into play. The new solution, which is the only full disk image backup and disaster recovery point solution available on the DoDIN APL, is designed with zero-connectivity and military-grade encryption to provide complete asset protection for the military’s most sensitive air-gapped environments.
Led by John Zanni, the CEO of Acronis SCS, and the company’s internal expert on federal systems and requirements, John Downey, this webinar explores the unique cyber threats facing the federal government today and why the Defense Department needs to rethink its approach to securing endpoints,particularly sensitive air-gapped environments. It will also discuss how selecting commercial off-the-shelf software from the DoDIN APL allows the U.S.military and other federal organizations to remain focused on the mission at hand by maximizing both security and interoperability.