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    November 22, 2017 · Automation,Splunk
    Niddel has featured bi-directional integration with Splunk since June of 2015. This integration has been a great benefit to some of customers, allowing them to leverage their existing investments in two important ways:It streamlines the log collection process by leveraging their existing log...
    September 12, 2017 · Conferences
    Niddel sponsored what is arguably the most prestigious information security conference focused on a corporate audience in Latin America, the São Paulo edition of Mind The Sec. The two day event had 970 attendees mostly from large organizations in Brazil and neighboring countries, 45 speak...
    451 Research Director Scott Crawford​ has published an Impact Report called Niddel optimizes and automates the hunt for priority threats​. The report provides a primer into Niddel's Autonomous Threat Hunting System as understood by 451 Research, including their take on Niddel's technology,...
    April 26, 2017 · threat hunting,Automation,Information Security
    The discussion around “automation” in Threat Hunting is usually defined as something tautological. The definition of threat hunting on several circles accounts for “human activity to find badness that the automated products missed”. The issue with this definition is that according to it, as soon...
    April 8, 2017 · threat hunting,Gartner
    Gartner analyst Anton Chuvakin has published a new Technical Professional Advice report called How to Hunt for Security Threats. The report provides a primer into threat hunting as understood by Gartner, including advice on how to define the appropriate staffing, processes, objectives and best...
    March 29, 2017 · Gartner,Information Security
    Gartner analysts Anton Chuvakin and Augusto Barros have published a new report called Demystifying Security Analytics: Sources, Methods and Use Cases. The report provides a primer into security analytics as understood by Gartner, including advice on how different technologies and techniques can...
    October 5, 2016 · Gartner,Threat Intelligence
    Gartner analysts Anton Chuvakin and Augusto Barros have published a new report called How to Collect, Refine, Utilize and Create Threat Intelligence. The report provides a primer into threat intelligence as understood by Gartner, including advice on how to define the appropriate staffing,...
    SAN MATEO, Calif. --Niddel, the Autonomous Threat Hunting company, announced today that it has been accepted to present a Case Study with Mars, Inc. at Splunk .conf2016. Niddel Magnet augments its customers' SOCs and Incident Response practices, providing them with an autonomous threat hunting...
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Privacy Policy

Welcome to Niddel Corp (“Niddel”) and Niddel  services and products (“Magnet”). Magnet is offered via, but not limited to, Niddel website, customer portal, API, email systems and/or third party integrations. Please read this Privacy policy carefully (“Privacy Policy”). This Privacy Policy govern how you may interact with us in any form.

What information do we collect from casual website browsers?

Niddel does not collect personally-identifying information from visitors, customers, Participants or users (collectively “User”) unless User has volunteered personally-identifying information, as described below in the "Participants" sections. But, like most website operators, Niddel does collect non-personally-identifying information of the sort that web browsers and servers typically make available, such as the User's Internet Protocol (IP) address, browser type, internet service provider, operating system, language preference, referring page, exit page, clickstream data, and the date and time of each User request. We may use this non-personally identifying information to create a profile or log of User’s preferences, but we do not tie information in this file to any of your personally identifying information which we may have.

Does Magnet use Cookies?

A cookie is a string of information that a website stores on a User computer, and that the User browser provides to the website each time the User returns. Magnet may use both session ID cookies (which expire when you close your browser) and persistent cookies (which remain on your hard drive for an extended period of time) to help Niddel identify and track User, their usage of Magnet, and their website access preferences, and to deliver content specific to a User interest. User who do not wish to have cookies placed on their computers by Niddel or its contractors should set their browsers to refuse cookies before linking to Magnet. For information on configuring your browser to decline cookies, check your browser's "help" feature. Certain features of Magnet may not function properly without the aid of cookies.

Does Magnet use clear gifs?

We may use clear gifs, which are tiny graphics with a unique identifier that track online movements of website visitors and inform us what content on our site is most effective. Clear gifs are embedded invisibly on Web pages and HTML-based emails and are about the size of the period at the end of this sentence. We do not tie the information gathered by website clear gifs to our User's personally identifiable information, although we may link that information to your IP address.
We may also use clear gifs in our HTML-based emails to let us know which emails have been opened by recipients. This allows us to gauge the effectiveness of certain communications and the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns. If you would like to opt-out of these emails, please see "How can you access or correct your personally-identifying information?"

What information do we collect from Customers and Participants?

Some features of the Magnet are available to Customers and Participants only upon registration, which may require the disclosure of personally-identifying information. The amount and type of information that Niddel  gathers from those members depends on the nature of the feature. For example, those who wish to receive emails from Niddel  must provide their name and email address, and those who wish to apply for testing or purchasing Magnet must provide name, e-mail address, company name and a telephone number. Should Niddel  choose to sell software or services on its website, purchasers will be asked to provide us with even more information, including billing and shipping addresses and credit card or similar information. If any feature of the Niddel  website or software requires the use of a password, that feature may not be accessible without the password.

With whom might we share collected information?

The information that we collect is generally used for internal purposes, such as fulfilling your requests for products or information, permitting access to features of our website, enabling customer support, responding to your inquiries, compiling usage statistics regarding the Niddel website and analyzing User preferences regarding Magnet. To that end, Niddel  may share information, including personally-identifying information, with its employees, contractors and affiliated organizations that need to know that information in order to process it on Niddel's behalf and that have agreed not to disclose it to others (for example, if Niddel were to use a third party to deliver email newsletters and other email messages). Some of those employees, contractors and affiliated organizations may be located outside of your home country; by using Magnet, you consent to the transfer of your information to them. Niddel does not rent or sell such information to anyone. Niddel may also release non-personally-identifying information about User, such as by publishing a report on website usage trends to our partners and advertisers.
We will also divulge personal information to law enforcement agencies or other governmental agencies when required to do so, when we in good faith believe it is necessary in order to comply with legal obligations, or when Niddel believes in good faith that disclosure is reasonably necessary to protect the property or rights of Niddel, members of the Niddel’s community, or the public at large. We may also monitor communications, like email correspondence and telephone calls, to track reported problems and to ensure quality assurance.
If you use the comments section of the blog on the Niddel website or customers portal, you should be aware that any personally identifying information you submit there can be read, collected or used by other users of those services, and could be used to send you unsolicited messages. Niddel is not responsible for personally identifying information which visitors may choose to submit in those cases.
In the event that goes through a business transition, such as a reorganization, merger, acquisition, or sale of all or a portion of its assets, user information, including personally identifying information, may be one of the transferred assets. We are the sole owner of any and all information which we may collect.

How can you access or correct your personally-identifying information?

You may view, correct or update the personally-identifying information we have about you by sending a request to contact@niddel.com. In addition, if you no longer wish to receive our electronic communications, you may opt-out of receiving those communications by following the instructions included in each email or communication you receive. If we use any of your personal information in a manner that you believe is inconsistent with this privacy statement, please notify us immediately by sending an email to contact@niddel.com. Your only remedy in any such case is to ask us to correct such inconsistency.

What are the privacy policies of linked sites and other third parties?

This privacy policy only addresses the use and disclosure of information we collect from you. Although you may link to other sites or third parties via Magnet, we are not responsible for the privacy practices of third parties or the content of linked sites.

What security measures does the Magnet employ?

Niddel has put security measures in place that are intended to secure and protect against the loss of personally identifying information collected through the website. However, you should keep in mind that the website is run on software, hardware and networks, any component of which may, from time to time, require maintenance or experience problems or breaches of security.

Privacy Policy Changes

From time to time, we may make changes to our information practices and/or this policy. In such a case, we will update this policy accordingly, so please review this page periodically for the latest information on our privacy practices.

How can you contact us?

If you have any questions about this statement or our privacy practices, you may contact us via email at contact@niddel.com.