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Thursday, 19 August 2021 11:21

NextDC's Scroggie joins Nitro board

Document productivity software company Nitro Software has appointed Craig Scroggie to its board as an independent non-executive director.

Published in People Moves

Australian-listed document productivity software company Nitro Software has launched Nitro Sign as a standalone subscription esigning product as part of a new comprehensive, flexible pricing and packaging model for the Nitro Productivity Platform.

Published in Listed Tech

ASX-listed Nitro Software, a firm that had its origins in Melbourne and offers a service to create, edit and sign PDFs and digital documents, has begun a campaign it says will make electronic signatures a permanent feature of the Australian business landscape.

Published in Business Software

A group that uses the name Shiny Hunters appears to have put up a database exfiltrated during a data breach of ASX-listed Nitro Software, a firm that offers a service to create, edit and sign PDFs and digital documents, on the dark web for sale.

Published in Security

ASX-listed Nitro Software, a firm that had its origins in Melbourne and offers a service to create, edit and sign PDFs and digital documents, appears to have suffered a data breach through cyber criminals gaining access to the company's cloud environment via a compromise of access tokens, the cyber security firm Cyble has told iTWire.

Published in Security

ASX-listed Nitro Software, a firm that had its origins in Melbourne and offers a service to create, edit and sign PDFs and digital documents, has issued an update on Wednesday to its earlier statement regarding a data breach, in what appears to be an attempt to negate the details published about the incident by the American website Bleeping Computer and a number of other websites.

Published in Security

A software firm that had its origins in Melbourne has suffered a data breach that it has described in a notice to the ASX as "an isolated security incident" but which cyber security provider Cyble has claimed is a massive leak that affects companies like Google, Microsoft, Apple, Chase and Citibank.

Published in Security

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