Abnormal for Dropbox

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Attackers Are Targeting Dropbox

Dropbox Data Has Been Leaked in Breaches

While Dropbox provides strong native security tools, Dropbox credentials and data have still been found in breach dumps on the dark web, likely due to human error and vulnerability.

Security Teams Need More Visibility

Security leaders have identified file-sharing solutions like Dropbox as the most concerning SaaS platforms, indicating a need for greater visibility and access to these apps.

Traditional Solutions Fall Short

86% of security teams feel they are not sufficiently equipped to stop threats like account compromise in the cloud, opening Dropbox up to risk.

How Abnormal Secures Dropbox

Gain Visibility into Dropbox Access Behavior

Each enterprise Dropbox instance stores thousands of files, and security teams require visibility to protect this data. Through API integration with Dropbox, Abnormal quickly ingests and normalizes sign-in event data—analyzing Dropbox access patterns and baselining typical behavior for all people in the organization.

Contextualize and Investigate Dropbox Threats

Once suspicious Dropbox access is detected, Abnormal’s Human Behavior AI automatically builds a Case with a contextual timeline of Dropbox activity correlated against email, SaaS, and cloud infrastructure activity. It then alerts the SOC to these access threats that may have otherwise gone unnoticed.

Simple, Effective Security for Dropbox

Data Integration Platform
Easily integrate and ingest behavioral signals from multiple cloud applications and services, including Dropbox, with cloud-native API architecture.
Explore sign-in activity, permissions, and admin roles in Dropbox for every person in your cloud environment through comprehensive behavioral profiles.
Account Takeover Protection
Extend uniform protection from account takeovers across dozens of cloud applications and services, including Dropbox.
“When we first started looking, Abnormal’s API-based approach really interested us. Abnormal also offered automation capabilities that could reduce the amount of manual work we had to do on investigations and remediation.”
—Jeremy Smith, CISO, Avery Dennison

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