Cybersecurity firm UpGuard discovered a lot of unintentionally exposed data last year. Among its findings were classified US Army and NSA data, 14 million Verizon customer records, personal information of nearly 200 million US citizens, Pentagon intelligence info, personal information of 1.8 million Chicago residents and intelligence data connected to intelligence contractor Booz Allen Hamilton. The company has repeatedly found sensitive data left exposed on unprotected servers and in all, it has discovered a massive sum of over 335 million records. But finding breaches can be a rather time-consuming process, which is why so many go undiscovered by the companies meant to be protecting the exposed data. However, UpGuard announced today that it's launching a service that automates the techniques the company's team has been using to hunt down data breaches, allowing its customers to spot exposed data in real time and secure them more rapidly.