Assess Your Risk During National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Posted by Camden Swita on October 11 2016


October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. It’s also the time of year when your organization finalizes its roadmap for next year, so there’s no better time to conduct a data breach preparedness assessment.

Even if you already have a data security strategy in place, it’s critical to take stock often of what’s working and what isn’t and arrange changes to further mitigate your risk of a costly and embarrassing breach or leak. What might have been sufficient to keep your data, documents and files confidential and under your thumb a year or even six months ago may not be enough now. New threats and advancements in threats to your data security crop up all the time and your strategy needs to adapt accordingly.

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Topics: file security, Dropbox Alternative, Box, Secure FIle Sharing, data breach, data leakage, secure email attachment, national cyber security awareness month

Comparing Box and Vaultize – Leading Enterprise File Sync & Share

Posted by Anand Kekre on May 12 2015

File sharing and collaboration have become integral part of enterprise end-users’ daily workflows. They need to share files selectively and securely within the organization with colleagues as well as with the outside world. Also, in today’s world of mobility, everyone wants to stay productive all the time and hence the need of accessing corporate data from any device (both company-managed and employee-owned) and from anywhere (within and beyond the corporate network) has become priority for businesses.

With this change in business requirement, Enterprise IT is facing multifold challenges to mitigate security and data loss challenges. In this whitepaper, we are comparing Box and Vaultize through comparison points mainly from an enterprise IT perspective.

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Topics: Competition, Enterprise File Sync & Share, Box

Why Box Enterprise Key Management (EKM) is Not Enough and Client-side Encryption is a Must for Complete Security

Posted by Ankur Panchbudhe on February 19 2015

There were better alternatives to Box Enterprise Key Management (EKM) like client-side encryption, but Box didn't choose any of them because that would mean curtailing their productivity functions. If there are better alternatives to data security, then that simply makes Box EKM a compromise. And security cannot be based on a compromise.
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Topics: Competition, Product, Features, Box

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