Cyber security services provider Coronet
and cloud-based storage and collaboration platform Dropbox have formed a partnership. Coronet, which has established in 2013, has offices in New York, United States, Tel Aviv, Israel and Berlin, Germany. The company provides “a single platform that secures the entire SaaS chain”, securing devices, networks, and even SaaS tools themselves. Coronet’s service leverages Artificial Intelligence (AI) and will work alongside Dropbox’s security features to add a further layer of data breach protection that automatically detects and blocks suspicious activity.
Dropbox has become a global brand by “transforming the way people work together, from the smallest business to the largest enterprise”. With headquarters in San Francisco, California, United States, the company was established in 2007. It has 500 million users in more than 180 countries and has 12 offices globally. Alongside data loss prevention the benefits of Dropbox’s Coronet integration include enhanced malware mitigation and PII/PCI/PHI handling regulations compliance.
“Companies face unprecedented cyber risk from adversaries attempting to access and exploit the confidential and business-critical information stored in the cloud,” explained Coronet’s co-founder and CEO, Guy Moskowitz. “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.”Do you know of any other companies involved in new partnerships? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.