UpGuard BreachSight's Data Leaks module shows you where your organization's data is exposed on the Internet. It automatically provides you with the severity of the exposed data, a description, status, detection date, and last updated date allowing you to prioritize and remediate data exposures.
We're able to do this because of our proprietary data leak detection engine, which has an unparalleled ability to find leaked credentials and exposed data before it falls into the wrong hands.
For example, we were able to detect data exposed in a GitHub repository by an AWS engineer in 30 minutes. We reported it to AWS and the repo was secured the same day.
This repo contained personal identity documents and system credentials including passwords, AWS key pairs and private keys.
Our proprietary security crawler scours the web, actively searching for open cloud provider buckets, public GitHub reports, and unsecured databases.
As a Data Leaks customer, you'll provide UpGuard with a set of keywords to monitor, and our team of analysts will continually refine it using the expertise and techniques they've learned from years of breach research.
We're world-class at this and there is very public evidence of our expertise in preventing and detecting data breaches and data leaks in The New Yorker, TechCrunch, Bloomberg, Gizmodo, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Engadget, Forbes, ZDNet, and The Guardian.
Every breach listed below, from Attunity to Facebook to GoDaddy to Verizon, was found by UpGuard BreachSight analysts.
We're processing over 100 billion data points each day and are directly responsible for securing over 1.4 billion records.