Cloud giant is adding automated malware detection to , the company’s machine learning-based security platform that prevents data leaks and detects threats. This fits into a broader trend that has seen the cybersecurity realm, but it also comes as more people are working from home and at greater risk of external and internal threats.

Box Shield launched in private beta ahead of its full public launch and was initially centered around two core capabilities. Smart access allows admins to define custom labels and policies to control specific actions among employees, such as content and link sharing, the ability to add external collaborators, and file downloading. Threat and data breach detection automatically issues alerts for threats — such as compromised accounts, data theft (insider threats), and

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