Posts tagged with "GDPR"
Jun 18, 2020
Keeping the Shared Responsibility Model in Mind When Adopting AWS (and Other Cloud Services)
Understanding the shared responsibility model of cloud services is perhaps one of the most important aspects of cloud security. Knowledge of this model allows organizations to operationalize security programs rooted in a proper understanding of what resources and settings they have control over and visibility into once they migrate to the cloud. While the shared […]
Jun 15, 2020
DLP helps organizations stay compliant while protecting data in the cloud
Compliance regimes are one way to protect individuals and companies from data loss. But simply knowing the laws and regulations isn’t enough.
May 28, 2020
E-discovery or DLP: Which one is right for you?
Many cloud-based businesses and services use some form of data discovery. The term “data discovery” can apply to a lot of different functions and processes. E-discovery and data loss prevention (DLP) are two widely used applications that provide data discovery to businesses who need to find or know where their information and data lives. Without […]
Jun 4, 2019
How Nightfall secures Slack communications at Clinc
Industry: Artificial Intelligence Employees: 68 HQ Location: Ann Arbor, MI Michael Laurenzano, CTO Clinc, an enterprise artificial intelligence firm, secures their company communications using Nightfall’s DLP platform for Slack. CTO Michael Laurenzano credits Nightfall’s powerful features, ease of deployment, and incredible service in streamlining Clinc’s data loss prevention. In the competitive world of artificial […]
Apr 15, 2019
Guide to Data Loss Prevention (DLP) on Slack
What is Data Loss Prevention (DLP)? DLP ensures confidential or sensitive information (like credit card and social security numbers) isn’t shared outside of Slack by scanning for content within messages and files that break predefined policies. Does Slack have DLP functionality built-in? No, Slack relies on third-party apps (like Nightfall) to provide DLP functionality […]