Egnyte, the unified content security, compliance, and collaboration solution for multi-cloud businesses announced new integrations with Google Workspace and Dropbox to help companies secure and govern their sensitive cloud content. The integrations enable companies’ Google and Dropbox users to apply Egnyte’s platform to locate their valuable content in each cloud solution and control risks via a unified, turnkey approach. Advanced machine learning By applying Egnyte’s policy library and advanced machine learning, customers can identify files with inappropriate levels of permission, flag unusual download or sharing activity that might be indicative of an insider threat, and locate compliance violations – all through a “single pane of glass.” The new capabilities complement the capabilities already in place for Microsoft 365 (M365), as well as Egnyte’s native file system, which empowers business users to work seamlessly across any cloud and device, including cellphone and on-premises, shared drives while minimizing complexity and risk. A secure solution for multi-cloud environments Even before the advent of COVID-19, businesses started to adopt multiple cloud service providers at a swiftly increasing rate “Even before the advent of COVID-19 and the rise of remote work, we were seeing businesses adopt multiple cloud service providers at a swiftly increasing rate,” said Holly Muscolino, Research Vice President, Content Strategies and the Future of Work, IDC. “In today’s hybrid workforce, businesses require a solution that provides the same level of collaboration, content classification, content lifecycle analytics, and security across any cloud productivity suite to govern their business-critical content. Egnyte offers a flexible and secure solution for multi-cloud environments.” Reduced content exposure “Organizations are sharing business-critical content across disparate cloud environments, repositories, and productivity suites, which can lead to increased risk exposure, especially if sensitive content is shared externally,” said Rajesh Ram, Co-Founder and Chief Experience Officer at Egnyte. “With Egnyte, organizations now have complete access, control, and insight into business content across and beyond cloud office suites and storage applications, while enabling their employees the freedom to choose which productivity suite they prefer without sacrificing security protection or management.” Key features New capabilities for Google Workspace and Dropbox include: Enhanced discovery and classification of business documents to reduce unauthorized access; Simplified compliance with sensitive content location whitelisting; Comprehensive data lifecycle analytics: quickly locate redundant or obsolete information through a single pane of glass: when Google files are stored in Egnyte, policies for data retention, deletion, or archival can be applied based on content or location; Improved employee productivity: employees can create, collaborate, save and manage Google Workspace content in a single repository for better governance, compliance, and efficiency. In addition to expanded support for Microsoft 365, Egnyte recently announced a new Governance Risk Dashboard, which summarises an organization’s content risks across storage locations into a single numeric score and intelligently recommends next steps that can be taken to effectively reduce risk.
Egnyte, the unified content security, compliance, and collaboration solution for multicloud businesses, announces new governance tools and services aimed at helping mid-market IT organizations improve their data security and compliance competence. The new capabilities provide actionable intelligence that will not only prioritize risks but also recommend solutions and implement automated safeguards to improve security and compliance around mid-market companies’ most vulnerable data – their cloud content. Robust data security “While there are a number of great security and compliance platforms on the market, most were built for Fortune 500s and big banks. The problem is, today, as more companies adopt hybrid and remote work, and more data becomes subject to regulation, almost every company in the world has a need for robust data security and governance,” said Rajesh Ram, Co-Founder and Chief Experience Officer at Egnyte. Today’s announcements are about making the platform even simpler and more actionable than ever" “Egnyte has long been committed to making it easy for mid-sized enterprises to prevent data breaches and implement compliance-driven data protection, without having to add additional staff to manage these programs. Today’s announcements are about making the platform even simpler and more actionable than ever.” Restricting public links The new capabilities enable companies to: Quantify & benchmark diverse risks: Using a single governance risk dashboard, companies receive an evaluation tool that summarises organizations’ risk into a single number so IT teams can quickly identify the biggest risks to their business while establishing benchmarks for tracking progress and prioritizing next steps. Prioritize next best actions: The governance risk dashboard not only measures an organization’s current risk posture but also tracks progress and improvements. It can be used to engage business leaders in governance efforts by helping them understand where sensitive content resides and what safeguards need to be put in place to reduce risk across the organization on an on-going basis. Automatically safeguard sensitive content: To help enforce policies and reduce risk, Egnyte’s content safeguards prevent data leakage by restricting public links to sensitive files. Content safeguard policies can be automatically created to restrict links to a minimum security level, based on sensitive content matching, risk score, and location, which are then enforced. Professional services offerings Earlier this month, Egnyte announced new integrations with Microsoft PIB Group, the diversified insurance intermediary group backed by Apax Funds and The Carlyle Group, is among the many mid-sized financial services firms using Egnyte to secure and govern cloud content. “We use the tools embedded within Egnyte to help us identify our sensitive content and understand our risks exposure,” said Paul Johnson, Chief Operating and Information Officer, PIB. “This provides us with an innovative solution that detects risks and provides a clear path to resolve them.” As an add-on option, Egnyte will also be providing expert-led governance ‘health checks’ as part of its professional services offerings. These announcements are part of Egnyte’s ongoing strategy of equipping mid-sized organizations to collaborate with content securely, across any app, any device, anywhere. Earlier this month, Egnyte announced new integrations with Microsoft that enhance security for Microsoft 365’s cloud productivity apps.
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