Stormshield Joins Dropbox Partner Network
23 06 2017
Stormshield, the cloud-optimized encryption solution, announced today that it has joined the Dropbox Partner Network which enables customers to benefit from selected and proven technology solutions. Through a deep roster of leading security integrations, the Dropbox Partner Network enables greater visibility, interoperability, and control over how company information is accessed and shared.
Today, the French IT security company Stormshield announced that it has integrated with Dropbox and joined the Dropbox Partner Network. This program consists of select partners and services that support Dropbox Business customers to make the most of their cloud storage, and simplify the way teams work together. With Dropbox Business, users can share files and collaborate anywhere, anytime, with several hundred existing third-party solutions such as Stormshield.
With the Stormshield easy-to-use encryption capabilities, over 200,000 Dropbox Business customers can now benefit from the combination of a best-in-class collaboration platform and a trusted data protection solution that makes digital transformation painless.
Additionally, customers that leverage Stormshield have the ability to hold their encryption keys to access and decrypt their Dropbox files, regardless of the device they’re using. Separating the physical data storage and the cryptographic access to the files will enable users to accelerate adoption of cloud services to better protect and manage access to corporate data.
“We are delighted to announce that Stormshield is now a member of the Dropbox Partner Network. This will help customers around the world take advantage of Dropbox Business and Stormshield Data Security technology simultaneously,” said Pierre Calais, CEO of Stormshield.
“Dropbox continues to focus on ways to simplify the way teams work together. We’re excited to bring Stormshield to the Dropbox Partner Network, and integrate their trusted data protection, and encryption solution to Dropbox Business,” said Billy Blau, Head of Technology Partnerships at Dropbox.