Your network security will catch that as it will catch anything that enters as e-mail. The best protection against all stuff entering the corporate network is user education and regular scans of the network. I do not think that Adobe scans the network to detect malicient code. You can, however, lock out the cloud network, if you want.
BTW: you should cut off all means of outside communications. History has proven that most security reasons are the users, including and especially the CEOs.
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Your network security will catch that as it will catch anything that enters as e-mail.
Can you explain this a bit? Im not the IT guy
Our company is mainly Windows driven, uses SAP, PCs USB is deactivated. Our servers are backuped well. Were behind a proxy when accessing the internet, most Filetransfer-services are blocked (Adobe CC is whitelisted). Our Mailclient is within LotusNotes, secured with a quarantaine thing.
We do not use as many licenses of CC that the enterprise solution is in sight, so what does that mean for blocking Adobe cloud service? Is that by Proxy or can the team-ID IT guy help out?