Dropbox Teams with Israeli Security Firm CoronetDropbox Teams with Israeli Security Firm Coronet
The partnership is expected to improve threat detection for Dropbox while growing Coronet's user base.
November 10, 2018
Dropbox has partnered with Israeli security firm Coronet in an agreement expected to ramp up security for the file-sharing platform while increasing Coronet's user base.
Coronet's data breach protection platform will be incorporated into Dropbox as part of the collaboration. The cloud security integration will build on Dropbox's security with data loss prevention, malware mitigation, suspicious behavior detection, and data breach protection.
Small to midsize businesses are Coronet's target market, Reuters notes, because they struggle to afford and manage enterprise-level security resources.
Coronet expects the partnership will help add to the 1 million users, devices, and software-as-a-service applications using its platform. Dropbox Business is used among more than 300,000 teams. This integration will be available to Dropbox Business customers by the end of 2018, they report.
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