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Find Risks in Dropbox Accounts

Protect sensitive customer information and documents stored in your Dropbox account from data loss due to accidental or malicious use by employees or account takeovers by hackers. Identify and remediate compliance risks, such as Payment Card Information (PCI), Personally Identifiable Information (PII), financial and other types of data.

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Dropbox Solution Brief

Find and monitor all cloud applications used in your organization and highlight any risk and compliance issues these may pose.

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Elastica Securlet for Dropbox

Detect Threats in Dropbox Accounts

Elastica’s Securlet for Dropbox uses advanced data science and machine learning to analyze user activity and identify risks to sensitive corporate data. A ThreatScore™ is automatically assigned which can be used to warn administrators or prevent breaches before they occur.

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Protect Data in Dropbox Accounts

Create and enforce policies for your Dropbox account that protect against threats to sensitive data and ensure corporate governance. Granular policies can be easily crafted to prevent breaches of customer account data.

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Investigate User Activity in Dropbox Accounts

Perform targeted investigations for post-incident analysis leveraging a wealth of detailed transactional information to analyze compliance violations. Powerful visualization, free-form search and extensive filtering criteria provide quick access to needed information.

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  • Understand how Dropbox is being used by your users
  • Identify sensitive content (like payment information, healthcare records, source code, or other types of data) being shared
  • Uncover risky or anomalous behavior by rogue insiders
  • Automate protection against Dropbox data breaches, minimize false positives, and eliminate the constant retuning of data classification policies