Coronet’s Data Breach Protection Platform Integrated With Dropbox

Coronet, a platform using AI to detect and mitigate threats, has entered into a partnership with Dropbox (NASDAQ: DBX) – the global cloud-based collaboration platform. Coronet will complement Dropbox’s native security features through the integration of its data breach protection platform, which detects and automatically blocks suspicious behavior.

“Companies face unprecedented cyber risk from adversaries attempting to access and exploit the confidential and business-critical information stored in the cloud,” said Guy Moskowitz, co-founder and CEO of Coronet. “Dropbox has always taken its role in protecting users very seriously, and today’s announcement underscores the company’s commitment to maintaining the integrity and confidentiality of its customers’ data.

We’re thankful that Dropbox recognized Coronet’s unique ability to add great value to its security ecosystem and look forward to building a mutually beneficial partnership for years to come.”

Dropbox Business is used by more than 300,000 teams today as a secure, unified place that reduces friction around collaborative work. Specific benefits of the Coronet cloud security integration include:

  • Data Loss Prevention – Control the storing, sharing, and editing of files containing sensitive information.
  • Malware Mitigation – Prevent malware and ransomware from corrupting stored data.
  • Suspicious Behavior Identification – Block suspicious user behavior such as unusual download patterns, access from suspicious location, unusual admin activity, etc.
  • Support data-breach protection – comply with regulations for PII/PCI/PHI handling, and cyber-insurance requirements.

“Our users store their most important data on Dropbox and we take our responsibility to protect that data very seriously – it’s one of our top priorities,” said Billy Blau, Global Head of Business Development and Partnerships for Dropbox. “Coronet’s cloud-based platform is a great complement to Dropbox’s native security features and we’re excited to be able to offer our users the robust data breach protection that Coronet provides.”

Coronet Guy Moskowitz
“Companies face unprecedented cyber risk from adversaries attempting to access and exploit the confidential and business-critical information stored in the cloud,” said Guy Moskowitz, co-founder and CEO of Coronet.

The Coronet integration will be available to Dropbox Business customers by the end of 2018.

For more information about the partnership and to sign up for an exclusive (limited) time offer for Dropbox users, visit https://www.coro.net/dropbox.

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