Enforce data loss prevention policies in Dropbox
McAfee enforces DLP polices across data stored in Dropbox to ensure compliance with regulations and internal policies. McAfee supports DLP rules based on keywords, data identifiers, user groups, and regular expressions. Enforcement actions include coach users, notify administrator, quarantine, tombstone, and delete. Leverage pre-built industry templates, create custom policies, or leverage policies in an existing on-premises DLP solution.
Unified DLP Reporting and Remediation
McAfee reports on DLP violations in Dropbox and other cloud services in a unified interface with highlighted excerpts revealing the exact content that triggered the DLP policy. During review, if a file does not violate a policy, the reviewer can rollback the remediation action to restore the file and/or its sharing permissions. Quarantined files are stored in a secure account within Dropbox, not in McAfee’s platform, for added security.
Insider and Privileged User Threats
McAfee automatically constructs a behavior model with dynamic and continuously updated thresholds for each user and team to identify activity indicative of insider threat, whether the threat is accidental or malicious. Privileged User Analytics identifies risk from dormant administrator accounts, excessive permissions, and unnecessary escalation of privileges and user provisioning.
McAfee detects compromised account activity in Dropbox based on brute force login attempts, logins from new and untrusted locations for a user, and consecutive login attempts from two locations in a time period that implies impossible travel, even if the two logins occur across two cloud services. Darknet Intelligence reveals user accounts for sale online that are at risk of compromise.