Panther has the ability to fetch and monitor Dropbox logs by querying the Dropbox Business API. Dropbox audit logs show various types of activity, including user sign-in, activity file editing, and sharing.
Use Panther’s built-in rules to monitor activity, or write your own detections in Python to fit your internal business use cases.
Common security use cases for monitoring Dropbox audit logs with Panther include:
- Users logging in and out
- User role was changed
- Adding, editing, viewing, and sharing files and by whom
- Links created and shared by your team
How it Works
Panther’s Dropbox integration is simple and fast:
- Create a new app in Dropbox to authenticate Panther to pull data from Dropbox's API
- Panther will parse, normalize, and analyze your log data in real-time
- As rules are triggered, alerts are sent to your configured destinations
- Normalized logs can be searched from Panther’s Data Explorer
- Sit back and monitor your activity!
You can learn more about onboarding Dropbox logs in Panther and supported log types here.