I am pleased to announce the general availability (GA) of Cloud Malware and SaaS API DLP platform parity that includes Box and Dropbox support in SaaS API DLP, as well as Google Drive support and auto-quarantining functionality in Cloud Malware detection.
The combined cloud storage support enhancements provide parity across 5 platforms: Microsoft 365, Webex, Google Drive, Box, and Dropbox for both SaaS API DLP and Cloud Malware Detection. Both functionalities scan new files and updates to existing files. SaaS API DLP detects potential DLP policy violations and can automatically quarantine or revoke the sharing of data to the internet, ensuring it is not exposed to unauthorized users. Cloud Malware ensures that files do not get infected and also scans historical files already in the tenant.
How do customers authorize new tenants for the newly supported platforms?
Admins can authenticate tenants with the SaaS API DLP and with the Cloud Malware Detection through the Umbrella dashboard at ADMIN > AUTHENTICATION > PLATFORMS.
How can customers configure Cloud Malware Detection to automatically quarantine infected files?
Administrators can configure Cloud Malware Detection to automatically quarantine files through the Umbrella dashboard. This can be done on the 3rd step of the authentication wizard at ADMIN > AUTHENTICATION > PLATFORMS. Administrators also have the flexibility to update the response action at any time, switching between quarantine and monitoring.
Which platforms support automatic remediation for Cloud Malware Detection?
All five platforms support automatic remediation. MS365, Google Drive, Box, and Dropbox support automatic quarantine, while Webex supports automatic deletion.
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