Stop ransomware and data theft before it starts
Scan your computer for viruses
Keep ransomware out
Back it up to keep it safe
Set it and forget it cyber security
Choose your MyDefender plan
Great for devices with smaller amounts of data
100 GB of backup storage
Back up 1 of each device type
Protect several devices or larger amounts of data
250 GB of backup storage
Back up 3 of each device type
The best choice for protecting all your devices
500 GB of backup storage
Back up 5 of each device type
Protect up to 1 TB of data and unlimited devices
1,000 GB of backup storage
Back up an unlimited number of devices
Pro: Choose from 1 month or 12 months
1-month contracts: Cancel monthly
12-month contracts: Cancel after 12 months, then monthly
Set up fee
No set up fee
Do more than just back your data up
|MyDefender||Cloud storage||Hard drive|
|Back up your whole computer Secure all files and system settings.||–||varies|
|Standalone backups for better data security Backups are stored independently of the original file, so damage to the original won't affect the copy.||–|
|Automatic backups Data backups happen automatically in the background — you don't need to do anything.||varies||–|
|Set individual backup plans for different folders and files Define how often different data sources are backed up and how long the copies are kept.||–||–|
|Optimized storage usage with incremental and differential backups Save storage space by only backing up changes.||–||–|
|Restore old backup copies Restore the latest backup, as well as previous versions.||varies||–|
|Ransomware protection Anti-ransomware software protects your data from malicious attacks.||–||–|
Features at a glance
AES 256-bit encryption
ISO-certified data centers
Supported platforms and operating systems
- Microsoft Windows and Apple macOS
- Windows and Apple
- Android and Apple iOS
Back up your business or servers
Ransomware takes your data hostage. It infects your computer, and then encrypts your data so you can’t access it. The hackers demand a "ransom" or payment for decrypting your data and making it available again. The payments demanded can often be several thousand dollars, and generally have to be made in crypto currency so they can’t be traced. Ransomware attacks are on the rise and they target companies as well as individuals.
A lot of the malware that’s doing the rounds is already registered in databases. This means it can easily be recognized. This doesn’t apply to completely new viruses, which can spread far and wide within a few hours. These outbreaks are often called zero-day attacks because they wreak havoc before the virus is a day old. Antivirus software with behavior recognition uses artificial intelligence to identify typical virus patterns and defend against new threats.
Data loss can have lots of different causes. Hackers are constantly spreading new kinds of malware, and even operating system or program updates can cause vulnerabilities. Cybercriminals can exploit these weaknesses, and even the best antivirus software can’t offer 100% protection. Damaged hardware and accidental deletion can also result in lost data. That’s why it’s important to back up your data regularly. Whatever the reason for your lost files, you can restore them if you've made backup copies.
Yes! Using MyDefender as well as your antivirus software gives you much greater cyber security. Anti-ransomware keeps your computer and other devices safer, while backups mean you can restore your data if you need to.
Cloud storage is designed for accessing and sharing your files online. However, it doesn’t protect your data from damage or loss. We therefore recommend an online backup solution, especially for data that is sentimental or important to your work. Online backups automatically create copies of selected files, folders, or even entire workstations. These copies are then unaffected by any damage or malware attacks that may end up affecting the originals. Whatever happens to your data, you can restore it at any time using the backup.
Differential backups only back up the data that has changed since the last full backup, so as not to take up unnecessary storage space. Incremental backups go a step further by backing up only the changes since the last backup - be it a full or incremental backup. However, differential, and incremental backups are somewhat less reliable when restoring data because they do not contain all the data. Smart backup plans therefore combine full, differential, and incremental backups to achieve the best combination of reliability and storage utilization.
You can create one or more backup plans for each device. For each plan, you can define which data source is backed up at which time and how long the individual backups should be stored for, for example. You can also specify the type, i.e., full, differential, or incremental. In addition, the detailed settings can also help you achieve your exact wishes. To make setup easier for you, you can also select from predefined plans.