Acronis #CyberFit Score
Acronis #CyberFit Score is the fastest, most cost-efficient way to assess the security posture of your endpoints, devices, and IT environment.
- Free tool
- No-installation required
- Detailed remediation report
- Based on NIST Framework
Use remediation reports to become more #CyberFit
Get expert advice from Acronis in seconds that’s based on industry best practices such as the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Receive web-based remediation reports with recommendations for improving the security posture of your machines, which can be shared with IT personnel and end-users.
Assess your #CyberFit Score to improve your security posture
- Download for free
Get the lightweight #CyberFit Score tool at no cost
- Run without installation
Compare the security configurations of your endpoint and IT environment against the industry’s best standards
- Get a remediation report in seconds
Mitigate security risks and keep endpoints safe from cyberattacks based on informed, actionable recommendations
What is Acronis #CyberFit Score?
Acronis #CyberFit Score assesses and scores a set of security metrics to identify gaps in your IT environment and endpoints, and then makes recommendations on how to improve the organization’s security posture.
This resource is available as a standalone tool or as part of the Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud – the integrated data protection and cybersecurity solution for service providers.
- 74% of companies are not ready for a cyberattack
Based on their approaches to strategy, oversight, resourcing, and technologies/processes, three-quarters of survey responders ranked below the cyber readiness threshold.
Get Acronis #CyberFit Score along with Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud
Service providers can deliver superior business resilience through an integrated approach that eliminates any gaps in IT environments via a single solution:
- Backup and disaster recovery
- Full-stack anti-malware protection
- Comprehensive endpoint management tools
- In-built vulnerability assessments and Acronis #CyberFit Score
How is a #CyberFit Score calculated?
Acronis #CyberFit Score assesses multiple metrics – anti-malware, backup, firewall, VPN, disk encryption, and NTLM traffic. A score for each metric is awarded based how important they are to protecting a machine against cyberattacks. The scores of all metrics are then combined to form the Overall #CyberFit Score.
The scoring framework is similar to industry standards for security and risk-scoring solutions and U.S. credit ratings – making it simple to show each metric so it’s easily understood by users.
Acronis #CyberFit Score’s security assessment metrics
When making a security assessment, it’s important to evaluate every possible attack vector that could be exploited in a data breach. Acronis #CyberFit Score is based on the recommendations of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and assesses the most essential security configurations for protecting endpoints against cyberattacks.
It is crucial that systems detect anomalies and events that could lead to security breaches. Having a 360-degree anti-malware solution is critical in detecting malicious software and protecting your systems and applications from cyberthreats
Regular backups of your system are a key to avoiding data availability issues such as data corruption and disk failure, and can mitigate threats such as ransomware. Acronis recommends having your key data backed up as frequently as possible
Whenever security requirements among internal networks and systems vary, or internal systems connect with external ones, the traffic should be controlled through a firewall. Where to place the firewall depends heavily on the network architecture
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
When working remotely – at home, in a café, while etc. – it’s critical that communications and access to systems are secure. A VPN can provide secure communications when information, especially sensitive data, is transmitted between networks
Encryption is crucial to ensuring your data and assets are secure and private. In the event that your endpoint or computer is lost, if its hard drives are encrypted, its data remains safe from any external parties who try to gain access
NT LAN Manager (NTLM) traffic
With outgoing NTLM traffic to remote servers enabled, you could expose your credentials to an attacker. One way to prevent such attacks is to deny the setting "Outgoing NTLM traffic to remote servers" in your network security configurations
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