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In addition to the Shield Dashboard, an option to export all past threat detection alerts19 votes
This feature is something we want to bring with Shield. The team has developed a plan for Shield to support this functionality on the backend, but the feature is not on our immediate roadmap. We will continue to build out our plans to bring this to customers as the team works on our current roadmap.
Passwords for public links are wonderful, however, the capability to enforce all links (even those with internal or collaborator scope) would be beneficial for users and content security. If this password requirement could be tied to classifications as an access policy, that would make it increasingly difficult for negligent or malicious actions on Box content. Currently, we can only decrease the scope available for shared links, but by requiring a password, there will be additional adoption for Box and Shield, especially within highly regulated industries that require external or public distribution of content.27 votes
On the dashboard for Shield, you see a list of alerts generated through threat detection policies. We'd like to see the functionality where end users could mark an alert as seen and/or resolved so everyone who monitors the Shield alerts would know whether it's been resolved or open. This is similar to a ticketing system, but a simple notes body on the alert where someone could put an explanation of their response to the alert would greatly enhance visibility and drive better usability. Thanks!25 votes
We are investigating the best options to implement this into our Threat Detection alerts and dashboard.
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