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Israel Offers A Dropbox Partner

Israeli cybersecurity outfit Coronet has entered into a partnership with Dropbox that is expected to bring millions of new users for its data breach protection platform.

As part of the partnership, Coronet said it will complement Dropbox’s own security features with the integration of its platform, which detects and blocks suspicious behaviour.

Coronet focuses on SMBs offering afford enterprise-grade security. Coronet, whose partners include Lenovo, has about 1.5 million users.

It has raised just under $20 million through its main investor Jerusalem Venture Partners.

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