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Dig’s cloud data security solution extends Okta Identity Platform to protect data beyond managing access policies and with the knowledge of the data in mind.
Understand how an attacker can leverage Redshift default permissions to perform lateral movement and privilege escalation
We are proud to announce that Dig has joined the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA)
Continuing to explore best practices to secure data on Redshift with a second blog in the inside-out series
Performing a threat analysis on AWS Redshift to protect organization sensitive data - by Dig’s Data Security Research
A step-by-step instructions for shipping your Lambda logs to Google Cloud Logging - The Dig Security way
Series A investment led by San-Francisco-based venture capital firm, SignalFire, with participation from Felicis; Okta Ventures; Nir Polak, Venture Partner at SignalFire and Founder and Chairman of the Board at Exabeam; Jack Huffard, Co-Founder of Tenable; and existing investor, Team8.
Dig continues with the mission to provide a data security stack for the modern enterprise
Challenging the different security categories such as CSPM, DSPM and DDR with real life examples. And the winner is..
Digging deeper into Data Security Posture Management (DSPM) and how it can help in building a consistent data security program across multi-cloud environments
Dig security is thrilled to announce that we are now an official Oracle Partner!
We are happy to announce that Dig, our unique cloud data security solution, is out of stealth mode with $11 million in funding and a top lineup of investors.
The cloud is always shifting as it gradually houses much of humanity’s data. According to Google Cloud experts, 50% of the world’s data will be sitting in the cloud by the end of 2023. Yet until Dig, the public cloud data security solutions available have never quite fit the speed of innovation in the cloud and the complex threat models it introduced.