insiderthreats

Improving on NIST800207: Data Enforcement Point enforces Zero Clear Text

Looking at #NIST800207. Given that every successful data or privacy breach represents the failure of trust algorithms powering the Zero Trust Architecture, Titaniam, Inc. would suggest that the PEP (Policy Enforcement Point) should be complemented by a “DEP” (Data Enforcement Point). The DEP could be an enhancement of the existing Data Access Policy or stand alone …

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[Link] Privacy For Big Data: Monster Or Myth?

Titaniam advisor Caroline Wong recently published an article in Forbs highlighting the need for Titaniam’s solution for data privacy/data protection in enterprise search and big data analytics systems. Thank you Caroline! Interested in learning more about how Titaniam can help? Get started today with a demo https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2020/11/02/privacy-for-big-data-monster-or-myth/ Photo by Joshua Sortino More to explore

[Link] Albion Online game maker discloses data breach affecting 2.5 million players

Each day there is more news of data breaches and lost PII. This morning it is Albion Online, who are believed to have over 2.5M players. It always a good thing when passwords are hashed. With Titaniam, other data such as email addresses and player profiles, can all be protected while still being available for …

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Titaniam Welcomes Caroline Wong to Board of Advisors

We would like to extend an official welcome to Caroline Wong as she takes a seat on our Board of Advisors. With her strong security background, her strategy expertise, and her undying support for women in technology as well as the security community in general, Caroline is an invaluable addition to our advisory team. Thank you Caroline …

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[Link] More than 800,000 customer records of jewelry brand Silpada exposed online

Data Breach is certainly different from data exposure… but whether the data leaves through the front door or the back door, the risks to the end user are still high and enterprises still have to take responsibility. Having secure and private defaults for the data itself provide an innermost layer of protection when configurations drift …

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[Link] Moda Operandi Exposed Personal and Order Details of its Customers

Another day, another exposed datastore. When it comes to human error, the safest option is to not have any clear text to begin with. Adding Titaniam to your security toolbox will give you a secure and private data default for all your sensitive data-in-use, so that if and when this happens, you do not expose …

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[Link] A prison video visitation service exposed private calls between inmates and their attorneys

Since we started Titaniam a year and a half ago, every single week, we have seen 2-3 of breaches rooted in human error make it to the news circles. This is why we do what we do; provide secure and private data defaults at the data platform layer so that all downstream data-in-use is automatically …

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Ensuring Secure and Private Defaults for Sensitive Data in the Enterprise

Never has a security mandate been more effectively stated than the three words “Secure the Default”. With so many cases of data breaches and privacy violations caused by simple mistakes, one always wonders why the defaults in the systems involved could not be made secure by design. Inevitably, we realize, that as far as tools …

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[Link] Shopify says two support staff stole customer data from sellers

Yes this is yet another post about how yet another vendor could have helped with the Shopify breach. There were a few earlier today and there will be more from others. But here goes anyway… If you are worried you are not well prepared to address your insider threats, you are not alone. There are …

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