Security | Threat Detection | Cyberattacks | DevSecOps | Compliance



Empower Users to Securely Access and Share Data

If the past several years of technology advancements, pandemic adjustments, and increased cyber threats has taught us anything, it’s that data security and governance are the responsibility of the entire corporate team. Of course, the primary responsibility rests with the executives and the CISO or security team they’ve empowered, but the scope and scale of protecting critical data assets is too large for any single business unit to tackle.

GBBN makes end users happier and more productive with Egnyte rollout

GBBN Architects successfully rolled out Egnyte’s file storage and collaboration platform to improve upon aging file server workflows. Leveraging Egnyte’s easy to use link-based access with robust security tools, GBBN has made their distributed design teams more effective while minimizing administrative burdens on the IT organization.

How Egnyte Handles API Mocking: A Mirage.js Case Study

Mocking API requests for local development purposes or tests can be really cumbersome for frontend developers. The payload can be very large, identifiers of related entities must match, and besides that, sometimes we would like to get a completely different response depending on a use case. How do you avoid the extra work and avoid ending up with a mass of a half-duplicated code? At Egnyte, we cope with this challenge by using Mirage.js library.


Simplify File Sharing with Egnyte's Outlook Integration

If Microsoft Outlook is your preferred email application, we’ve got some good news for you. We recently released a new integration that simplifies file sharing for both web and desktop versions of Outlook. Without leaving the Outlook interface, Egnyte users can now: You no longer have to add bulky attachments to your emails, which makes it easier to share files with people beyond your corporate network.


8 Essential Elements for an Incident Response Plan

In the first blog of our two-part incident response series, we explained how your organization can jump-start its incident response. In this second part, we’ll focus on the essential elements of an incident response plan—a critical factor for any company trying to recover from an incident quickly and confidently.


7 Ways to Jump-Start Your Incident Response

Egnyte’s recent independent cybersecurity study found that only 64% of organizations had incident response plans. Without such plans, companies are extremely susceptible to potential cyber-attacks, and the stark business reality is that they take much longer to recover. Unfortunately, there are daily examples of major data breaches where a particular company’s incident response could have been managed more effectively.


Certify Documents Stored in Egnyte With Blockchain Technology

Businesses want irrefutable proof that the lineage and integrity of their critical documents are sound. Typically, this requires implicit trust in centralized systems and audit processes, but this framework runs counter to the current trend of using decentralized value chains. To address this contradiction, Egnyte is excited to announce a new way for its users to certify documents—a document stamping service that addresses an essential need for many businesses in highly regulated industries.


Egnyte Roadmap Points to Even Simpler, More Secure Collaboration

Egnyte recently gave a sneak peek of exciting new features and capabilities that will be incorporated into the platform in the coming months. These upgrades underscore Egnyte's commitment to helping companies control data risk, reduce IT cost and complexity, and delight end users. The latest look at the roadmap was delivered in a series of webinars as part of the summer edition of State of Egnyte.