A recent press release reports, “Varonis Systems, Inc., a pioneer in data security and analytics, is announcing an upcoming integration with Box, a leader in cloud content management, that will enable customers to secure and manage their data across their cloud data stores, including Box. With this integration, customers can gain security insights specific to Box content and user activity, including file activity, user and group management, cloud application sharing and collaboration activities, and more. Varonis will leverage Box’s granular logging capabilities and powerful APIs to monitor activity and events on sensitive and critical data stored in Box – this includes logins, device associations, file activity and folder activity. Box will be a supported platform in the unified Varonis Data Security Platform, giving security insight by tracking activity across platforms and providing customers with the ability to manage risk and secure their enterprise data wherever it lives.”
Tami Bronner, VP of Product Management at Varonis, commented, “Companies turning to the cloud for their expanding enterprise data storage need a unified view across all of their content repositories – data must be protected whether it’s stored on-premises or in the cloud… Our upcoming integration with Box will give customers the ability to monitor and analyze file activity within the Varonis platform to ensure their enterprise data is secure, just as they would with their on-premises data.”
Niall Wall, SVP of Business Development at Box, added, “Enterprises across even the most regulated industries are storing, managing and collaborating on their most critical content in the cloud with Box… With the ever-changing security landscape, it’s never been more important for security teams to have insight into how this content is being used. This integration extends Varonis’ capabilities to Box customers, allowing security teams to recognize, analyze and act on potential threats in the Varonis platform, reducing risk and enhancing visibility.”
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