Posts tagged with "Breach"

Implement strong content moderation policies with Nightfall DLP

Sep 29, 2020

Implement strong content moderation policies with Nightfall DLP

Lax or undefined policies for conduct and communications standards can leave the door open for sharing the wrong things at work. Data loss prevention (DLP) can help solve the content moderation problem with automated scanning of SaaS environments to identify improper messages before they’re shared.

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6 questions to ask for protecting student data in distance learning

Aug 6, 2020

6 questions to ask for protecting student data in distance learning

Tech and security decision makers working to protect schools should ask six main questions to diagnose their organizations’ readiness to move instruction online, identify gaps, and find solutions to their most pressing issues in student data security. We're breaking down each of these questions and providing some insight into how to approach the biggest problems that educational tech leaders face, in the best and worst times alike.

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8 Ways COVID-19 is Impacting Cloud Security

Jul 31, 2020

8 Ways COVID-19 is Impacting Cloud Security

The Coronavirus is wreaking havoc on everything in our lives. It’s hard to find something that hasn’t been impacted in a major way as we attempt to limit the spread of the virus. Cloud security professionals should pay close attention to how our online needs are rapidly changing, with these 8 ways COVID-19 is making an impact on common things we interact with every day.

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5 Common Accidental Sources of Data Leaks

Jul 17, 2020

5 Common Accidental Sources of Data Leaks

How do bad actors gain access to a company's data? Most of the time, well-meaning everyday people are the real source of data insecurity. This list of five common sources of accidental data leaks will help you identify the problems that could be lurking in your systems, apps, and platforms.

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Nightfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 30 to August 5

Aug 6, 2019

Nightfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 30 to August 5

Cyber Attacks & Breaches Presbyterian data breach affects some 183,000 patients (AlbuquerqueJournal) August 3rd Presbyterian Healthcare Services reported a data breach that allowed unauthorized access to personal information belonging to around 183,000 patients and health plan members. Stockx was Hacked, Exposing Millions of User Records (Tech Crunch) August 3rd An unnamed data breached seller contacted […]

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Nightfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 23 to July 29

Jul 30, 2019

Nightfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 23 to July 29

Cyber Attacks & Breaches Massive data breach hits Capital One, affecting more than 100 million customers (USA Today) July 29th Capital One said Monday that personal information of more than 100 million individuals, including Social Security numbers and bank accounts, was compromised in a massive data theft that led to the arrest of a Seattle […]

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Nightfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 16 to July 22

Jul 23, 2019

Nightfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 16 to July 22

Cyber Attacks & Breaches In systemic breach, hackers steal millions of Bulgarians’ financial data (Reuters) July 16th Bulgaria’s finance minister apologized to the country after admitting hackers had stolen millions of taxpayers’ financial data in an attack that one researcher said may have compromised nearly every adult’s personal records. Data dump suggests that Evite data […]

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Nigthfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 9 to July 15

Jul 16, 2019

Nigthfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 9 to July 15

Cyber Attacks & Breaches Arlington Investigating Cyber Attack on County Payroll System (ArlNow) July 10th Arlington County has revealed a cyberattack that penetrated the county’s payroll system. In a statement, the county says a number of employees were impacted by the intrusion, but did not specify the exact number of impacts. The intrusion appears to […]

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