Posts tagged with "Nightfall News"

Nightfall’s Policy Engine Makes Creating Custom DLP Workflows Easy

Sep 18, 2020

Nightfall’s Policy Engine Makes Creating Custom DLP Workflows Easy

We’re excited to announce a new feature of the Nightfall platform: the Nightfall policy engine. With the policy engine, security teams can now more granularly customize when and how PII, PHI, secrets/credentials, and other business-critical data are detected within their cloud environments. Read on to learn more about the policy engine and how you can […]

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Nightfall’s Radar Simplifies Secrets Detection with New Features

Aug 18, 2020

Nightfall’s Radar Simplifies Secrets Detection with New Features

Last year we introduced Nightfall Radar to the GitHub marketplace. Radar, a solution designed to detect committed secrets within repositories, leverages machine learning to avoid the common pitfalls that plague open source tools currently on the market. Radar has been proven to address the need for repo scans that are fast, accurate, and reliable by […]

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Nightfall’s Commitment to Teams During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Jul 8, 2020

Nightfall’s Commitment to Teams During the COVID-19 Outbreak

As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to spread globally and organizations rapidly shift employees to a remote, work from home model, we are seeing a rise in the adoption of collaborative cloud software like Slack to keep workforces in sync. If your organization is in a similar position, we want to help ease the transition […]

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Nightfall Infosec Roundup: January 27 To February 1

Feb 4, 2020

Nightfall Infosec Roundup: January 27 To February 1

Recent Breaches & Cyber Attacks EXCLUSIVE: The cyber attack the UN tried to keep under wraps The UN did not publicly disclose a major hacking attack into its IT systems in Europe – a decision that potentially put staff, other organisations, and individuals at risk, according to data protection advocates. Dozens of UN servers were […]

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Nightfall’s Cloud Security Newsletter 1/7/20

Jan 7, 2020

Nightfall’s Cloud Security Newsletter 1/7/20

In Nightfall’s Trends in Cloud Security Newsletter, we review the top stories and developments in cloud security. Some of this issue’s highlights include: Nightfall provides original reporting on December’s CCPA hearings. Read our most important takeaways for compliance. Dark Reading shares 7 lessons about cloud security that we can learn from 7 of 2019’s biggest […]

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Nightfall InfoSec Round-up: November 8 to November 18

Nov 19, 2019

Nightfall InfoSec Round-up: November 8 to November 18

Cyber Attacks & Breaches Retailer Orvis.com Leaked Hundreds of Internal Passwords (Krebs on Security) November 11th Orvis, a Vermont-based retailer that specializes in high-end fly fishing equipment and other sporting goods, leaked hundreds of internal passwords on Pastebin.com for several weeks last month, exposing credentials the company used to manage everything from firewalls and routers […]

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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 1 to July 8

Jul 11, 2019

Nightfall Weekly InfoSec Roundup: July 1 to July 8

Cyber Attacks & Breaches 239,000 patient records vulnerable in insurance database security incident  (Beckers Hospital Review) July 1st The exposed database was discovered on May 13. It contained names, addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses, IP addresses, dates of birth, and information regarding health insurance. Around 239,000 insurance records were left vulnerable. It is unclear how […]

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