Strengthening Our Relationship With Box to Protect the Extended Enterprise

Anuj Sawani


Category: Cloud Computing

As organizations often host sensitive data, such as critical intellectual property (IP) or personally identifiable information (PII) on leading cloud platforms such as Box, data security continues to be the top concern for IT teams. A breach or inadvertent exposure of this type of data can result in compliance violations, loss of customer trust and financial impact to the business.

To help address these challenges, we are proud to announce the expansion of our existing integration with Box to now automatically classify sensitive content and enforce policies to prevent users from accidentally or intentionally sharing confidential information. These new capabilities are delivered through the integration of our Aperture SaaS Security Service with Box Governance.

We invite you to register for our upcoming webinar on March 6 to learn how Box and Palo Alto Networks help you protect sensitive data.

We will highlight key steps every business should consider as they build their SaaS security program, to address the challenge of protecting sensitive enterprise information while letting users remain productive. We will discuss each step in detail and how to implement it in your organization, as well as how the new integration helps you protect your business information.

 

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