Did you know that the latest version of Imunify360, currently in beta, supports integration with various backup solutions? If you already have an Acronis account, you can choose Acronis backup. For hosting control panels (Plesk and cPanel are supported), it is required that administrators configure backup options. All that’s needed is your login and password to connect your backup option to Imunify360.
It is even simpler to protect your data and servers with CloudLinux Backup for Imunify360. You get 10 GB per month for free and you can activate it right from inside your Imunify360 interface. CloudLinux Backup for Imunify360 offers superior protection to defend not only against file corruption and website loss, but also against malicious attacks and malware infections – if a file is detected by Imunify360 as infected, you can restore this file from the backup or the Imunify360 will do it automatically, depending on the configuration. Basically, Imunify360 will search for a clean version of the file and as soon as the clean copy is found, it will restore it. Just set the oldest backup to use and the most recent clean copy will be restored.
Are you wondering why you might need a backup solution even if you are already protecting your servers with Imunify360? Imunify360 protects your servers against various threats, including the most common threat to web servers such as zero-day attacks and distributed brute force attacks. However, while it offers sophisticated, AI-based herd protection, no solution is able to guarantee absolute 100% security. In addition, your files can simply become corrupted over time. Once your backup solution is integrated with Imunify360 — or you have activated CloudLinux Backup for Imunify360 — it gives you an automated recovery of infected files.
To learn more, be sure to register for the webinar “How to Boost Web Server Security with Backup” taking place on March 6th at 12 pm EST / 9 am PST. Even if you cannot attend, register anyway — we’ll send you the recording a few days after the event.