Posts tagged with "cybersecurity"

Nightfall brings news and resources for startups and security practitioners

Apr 7, 2021

Nightfall brings news and resources for startups and security practitioners

This month, we’re happy to announce a discount for Carta users — 25% off the first year of Nightfall for Startups. On the Nightfall blog, we took a look at best practices for implementing bring your own device (BYOD) and identity and access management (IAM) policies for your organization. Finally, read our case study with Yieldstreet and learn how DLP helps secure investor data and provide wider access to investment opportunities for non-accredited investors.

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Yieldstreet protects PII in Slack with Nightfall DLP

Mar 4, 2021

Yieldstreet protects PII in Slack with Nightfall DLP

For Yieldstreet, protecting sensitive investor and company data is paramount to every vendor they bring on board. Nightfall secures Yieldstreet investor data in Slack and allows them to classify data across all their workplace collaboration solutions.

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December news & updates from Nightfall AI

Dec 2, 2020

December news & updates from Nightfall AI

This month Nightfall's highlights include how three innovative healthcare companies have enabled collaboration for their employees to deliver seamless experiences for their customers and tips for building a modern tech stack to protect your data.

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How Understanding User Privacy Can Improve Your Cybersecurity

Nov 30, 2020

How Understanding User Privacy Can Improve Your Cybersecurity

User privacy and cybersecurity are two terms that often get used interchangeably when we talk about protecting our information on the internet. However, privacy and security are different areas of practice – only recently have these two areas come to intersect.  In 2018, Harvard Business Review reported, “[P]rivacy and security are converging, thanks to the rise […]

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Which DLP Tasks to Automate – and Which to Do Manually

Nov 18, 2020

Which DLP Tasks to Automate – and Which to Do Manually

Just this week, the news broke that a poorly-secured AWS server exposed over 10 million hotel reservation logs from Cloud Hospitality websites, putting the information of millions of guests at risk. As of June 2020, more than 3.2 million consumer records have been exposed in the ten biggest data breaches this year. Organizations in virtually […]

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5 Tips for Training Non-IT Employees on Cybersecurity

Oct 23, 2020

5 Tips for Training Non-IT Employees on Cybersecurity

In June, one research study found that the pandemic caused just over 40% of the entire US workforce to work from home full-time. Many businesses made the quick decision to allow employees to work remotely, scrambling to provide IT resources and remote-work tools on the fly. Now, many enterprises are doubling down and allowing employees […]

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4 Most Common Types of Cybersecurity Threats

Oct 16, 2020

4 Most Common Types of Cybersecurity Threats

There’s every indication that the pandemic is changing the nature of cybersecurity. Online threats are evolving to match our new remote-work paradigm, with 91% of businesses reporting an increase in cyberattacks during the coronavirus outbreak.  Hackers are getting more and more sophisticated and targeted in their attacks. Many of these cyber threats have been around […]

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Industry Watch: How the Pandemic is Changing Cybersecurity

Oct 2, 2020

Industry Watch: How the Pandemic is Changing Cybersecurity

The pandemic has touched virtually every aspect of life, and cybersecurity is no different. A new threat intelligence and cybersecurity status report from Microsoft shows how businesses around the world are changing their approach to cybersecurity to protect user data and systems as more and more teams work remotely. Here’s how the pandemic has changed […]

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