Protection against ransomware

Ransomware attacks cost businesses globally an average $4.54 million per incident in 2022.1 A data protection plan that enables quick restoration at any point of the data value chain is the key to mitigating the effects of cyberattacks on daily operations.

Backups: the last line of defense when disaster strikes

When data is lost following malicious deletion or modification, backups allow you to restore mission-critical data and avoid costly downtime. Leverage Synology’s data protection solutions to design a backup strategy for your entire IT infrastructure.

Complete protection

Complete protection

Safeguard endpoints as well as primary backups to create multiple safety nets for your data.

Fast recovery

Fast recovery

Reduce downtime to a minimum when disaster strikes with instant recovery options.

License-free backups

License-free backups

Back up as much data as your storage allows, without limitations or hidden fees.

Centralized protection against ransomware

Consolidate backups from fleets of workstations, servers, virtual machines, and cloud applications. Optimize storage consumption and avoid bandwidth bottlenecks with data deduplication and incremental backup technologies. Learn more

Physical workloads

Protect endpoints in the event of malicious attacks with comprehensive bare-metal backup and flexible file-level recovery.

Virtual infrastructure

Back up VMware® vSphere, Microsoft® Hyper-V® VMs, and LUNs with powerful data reduction technologies.

SaaS accounts

Enable continuous protection for data stored on the cloud with automatic detection of newly added accounts.

Centralized protection against ransomware

Efficient recovery

Minimize downtime for critical production systems by rapidly restoring backups from a local or offsite Synology system.

Near-zero RTO

Mount backup images on VMware®, Hyper-V®, or Synology Virtual Machine Manager to resume work as quickly as possible. Restore VMs to an alternative hypervisor to avoid service disruption.

Minimal RPO

Configure backup frequency according to your needs, minimizing the amount of data potentially affected during an attack. Protect systems rapidly thanks to incremental backups and deduplication technology.

Intuitive operation

Let employees browse and preview emails, contacts, and files from a convenient portal before restoring them, delivering a more user-friendly experience and reducing the burden on IT teams.

Efficient recovery

Add an extra layer of protection

Adhere to the 3-2-1 backup strategy by storing a third set of data offsite or on the cloud, shielding your data against fire, natural disaster, or theft.

To offsite servers

To offsite servers

Archive data to another Synology server at a secondary location, protecting the first tier of backups from physical disaster. Learn more

To the cloud

To the cloud

Back up to any major cloud storage provider, keeping your data safe from unauthorized access through client-side AES-256 encryption. Learn more

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  1. IBM, Cost of a Data Breach 2022.