Bad Influence: How A Marketing Firm Exposed 12,000 Social Media Stars

Last updated by UpGuard on February 16, 2018

Paris-based digital marketing firm Octoly left exposed a backup of their enterprise IT operations, revealing sensitive information about thousands of the firm’s registered online personalities - largely Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube personalities supplied by Octoly with beauty products, merchandise, and gaming content from the marketing firm’s industry clients, which include household names like Dior, Estée Lauder, Lancôme, and Blizzard Entertainment.

 

Learn from UpGuard Cyber Risk Team analyst Dan O'Sullivan about how this cloud leak happened and was discovered, along with the threats posed to consumers, Octoly partners, and enterprises alike by such data exposure. This webinar will discuss how your enterprise can best avoid such a calamity, fostering resilient cyber processes to protect against such damaging misconfigurations.