Easy to use, intelligent data leak prevention (DLP) for SaaS & cloud apps, powered by machine learning.
Discover, classify and protect your data in minutes. Prevent data and compliance risks.
Nightfall is the leading DLP platform for the cloud. Find and fix sensitive data exposures across your SaaS and cloud apps. Improve data security hygiene and stay compliant.
Prebuilt DLP support for leading SaaS apps, setup in minutes.
Centralized management for security alerts and actions, with inbuilt SIEM support.
Build data classification and protection into any application.
ML-powered detection with support for 150+ file types, reducing false positives.
Protect sensitive data exposure in minutes.
Integrate in minutes to detect sensitive data in 150+ file types, including images.
Real time alerts and automated remediation actions, to reduce compliance workload.
ML-based detectors identify sensitive data with high accuracy.
Coverage for all users even if users are on BYOD devices and unmanaged networks.
No agents, no proxies. Notify end-users to self-heal and improve data security hygiene.
Get actionable context and insights in the Nightfall Dashboard, SIEM, email or Slack.
Nightfall is the leading data leak prevention platform for SaaS & cloud. Nightfall helps your organization find and fix sensitive data exposure across your SaaS and cloud apps to improve data security hygiene and stay compliant.
Ensure out of the box compliance with HIPAA, PCI, and more.
Meet customer DLP requirements and unblock
Prevent downstream privilege escalation via exposed credentials & secrets.
Detect and take action on sensitive data exposure both instantly and at-rest.
Integrate in minutes with SaaS apps, and manage DLP policies from a single interface. Get full visibility into sensitive data across your SaaS apps.
Use high-accuracy, machine learning based detectors to scan hundreds of file types for sensitive data. Share & review context-rich security violations in your SIEM, Slack, or the Nightfall dashboard.
Monitor and analyze risk trends to know where to focus. Shift DLP from reactive to proactive.
Remove data exposure without blocking users or apps.
Enable employees to self-heal easily with minimal overhead with notifications and coaching. Build a culture of trust and strong data security hygiene.
No agents or proxies to get in the way.
“If we didn’t have the right security protocols in place, such as Nightfall DLP, we wouldn’t have some of the customers that we have today. Nightfall fulfills a lot of requirements that our customers have, and it provides tremendous value to our organization.”
“As a Heroku customer, we were part of the initial exposure that included the repositories of companies that use Heroku and GitHub to push changes to their Heroku environment. When incidents like these occur, one of the main concerns is determining whether any tokens or passwords were accessed by the attacker. Nightfall made the answer to this question a definitive no, as we’re able to monitor our environments for embedded secrets that might be leaked or exfiltrated.”
“By preventing sensitive data from reaching our code repositories, we reduce the chances of data exposure. For us, DLP is the ability to reduce risk for the company and allows us to build customer trust.”
“Nightfall is part of our game plan for preventing data leaks. When it comes to sensitive information, time is really critical, and you want to be able to respond to those incidents quickly. When you see all the information Nightfall provides you, it makes using it a no-brainer.”
“Nightfall hits the sweet spot of being low maintenance, high value. The platform has a low labor impact as it's easy to manage; each of the integrations take no time to install, and don't require an entire team to set up and maintain. At the same time, Nightfall has high impact when it comes to data security and compliance diligence. We can say with a high level of confidence that we don't have any secrets, credentials, or inappropriate PII in our covered SaaS environments.”
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