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Oct 19, 2020   |  By Nightfall
By 2025 the amount of data stored in the cloud by both governments, organizations, and individuals will exceed 75 Zettabytes – an estimated 49% of the world’s 175 zettabytes of data at that time. This trend has no doubt been accelerated by COVID, as organizations have been forced to shorten cloud migration timeframes to ensure business continuity during the pandemic.
Oct 16, 2020   |  By Nightfall
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 for a while, but they are becoming harder for the average user to detect.
Oct 15, 2020   |  By Nightfall
Airtable has proven its staying power among tech unicorns as a customizable and collaborative project management platform that empowers users to track literally anything at work or at home. When the company announced its $185 million Series D funding in September, they generated a whole new round of buzzworthy headlines. For security leaders, this means that new requests for adding Airtable to tech stacks are likely on the way.
Oct 13, 2020   |  By Nightfall
Just when a company thinks they’ve seen it all in cybersecurity, new challenges in data protection keep security leaders on their toes. One of the largest movie-ticket retailers discovered a need to protect sensitive data that could be shared across their productivity tools.
Oct 9, 2020   |  By Nightfall
CASBs have traditionally been a popular option for enterprises seeking to secure their data. Both Gartner and Forrester predict that cloud security will continue to be a growing market through the end of 2023. Gartner projections foresee a 20% increase in CASB usage at large enterprises by 2022, while according to Forrester, cloud security will become a $112.7B market by 2023.
Oct 8, 2020   |  By Nightfall
Covered entities bound by law to follow HIPAA regulations – like healthcare providers, health plans, and others handling protected health information (PHI) – need to demonstrate efforts to secure PHI. The specific measures required to do so are detailed in the HIPAA security rule which states that covered entities must put controls into place to identify and protect against anticipated threats to the security and integrity of PHI.
Oct 2, 2020   |  By Nightfall
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 cybersecurity, and what your business can do differently to protect your data as the situation evolves.
Oct 2, 2020   |  By Nightfall
It’s estimated that more than 27 billion records were exposed in the first half of 2020, despite the decrease in number of reported breach events from 2019. This trend of data breach events is becoming more severe with the average cost and size of a data breach increasing year over year. The severity of modern data breaches presents a serious risk to companies looking to protect the data of stakeholders such as customers and employees.
Oct 2, 2020   |  By Nightfall
Sensitive data like credentials and secrets are in constant danger of exposure, and this is especially true in the cloud. Due to the highly collaborative and always-on nature of cloud services, they tend to be environments where security best practices are hard to enforce without either lots of time and effort or automated controls.
Oct 1, 2020   |  By Nightfall
Data exfiltration — the risk of your data ending up somewhere it doesn’t belong — remains one of the greatest data security concerns. This risk is only worsened by the fact that as companies migrate their data into the cloud, they struggle to maintain the visibility needed to ensure their data remains secure.

Nightfall™ uses machine learning to identify business-critical data, like customer PII, across your SaaS, APIs, and data infrastructure, so you can manage & protect it.

Our deep learning-based classifiers are trained on massive volumes of data to yield high accuracy. Unlike traditional methods, Nightfall considers the context surrounding a given token in order to accurately classify it. This means Nightfall performs well on unstructured and ambiguous data, which is increasingly common in enterprises today. Nightfall parses and scans 100+ file types, including images, screenshots, compressed folders, PDFs, etc.

Nightfall does not store or track your sensitive data. Our classifications are fed into the Nightfall platform so you can review & remediate the findings, or leverage them in your own way via our REST API.

Discover, classify, and protect your sensitive data:

  • Discover: Integrate in minutes with cloud services via APIs to monitor data without agents.
  • Classify: Machine learning classifies your sensitive data & PII with high accuracy, so nothing gets missed.
  • Protect: Setup automated workflows for quarantines, deletions, alerts, and more - saving you time and keeping your business safe.

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