Automated secrets detection & remediation

Monitor public or private source code, and other data sources as well. Detect API keys, database credentials, certificates, …

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Detect secrets
leaked on public
GitHub

Real-time GitHub scanning and alerting to uncover sensitive company information hiding in online repositories.

Available in Saas

Secure GitHub public activity

Detect secrets 

leaked on public
GitHub

Real-time GitHub scanning and alerting to uncover sensitive company information hiding in online repositories.

Available in Saas

Secure GitHub public activity ➜

Detect secrets
exposed in internal
repositories

Integrate with your Version Control System to further secure your Software Development Life Cycle.

Available in Saas

Available on Prem

Secure internal repositories

Detect secrets
exposed in internal
repositories

Integrate with your Version Control System to further secure your Software Development Life Cycle.

Available in Saas

Available on Prem

Secure internal repositories ➜

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Public Monitoring VS Internal Repositories Monitoring, which product for which needs?

Public Monitoring

GitGuardian Public Monitoring is monitoring the whole GitHub public activity, and using many different rules to identify activity that is linked with your company. Most of this activity occurs “under your radar”: you aren’t aware of it. It mostly occurs on repositories that your company does not own, especially your developers’ personal repositories. These repositories are outside of your internal perimeter.

Internal Repositories
Monitoring

GitGuardian Internal Repositories Monitoring is monitoring repositories owned by your company, either public or private repositories. These are the repositories that you know exist, where you have full authority to enforce your security policies (as opposed to your developers’ personal repositories for example).

Public Monitoring VS Internal Repositories Monitoring, which product for which needs?

Internal Repositories
Monitoring

GitGuardian Internal Repositories Monitoring is monitoring repositories owned by your company, either public or private repositories. These are the repositories that you know exist, where you have full authority to enforce your security policies (as opposed to your developers’ personal repositories for example).

Public Monitoring

GitGuardian Public Monitoring is monitoring the whole GitHub public activity, and using many different rules to identify activity that is linked with your company. Most of this activity occurs “under your radar”: you aren’t aware of it. It mostly occurs on repositories that your company does not own, especially your developers’ personal repositories. These repositories are outside of your internal perimeter.

What makes GitGuardian unique?

We cover a lot of different secrets

API keys from 200+ API providers, database connection strings, SSL certificates, private keys, usernames and passwords, copyrighted code… We allow you to build custom detectors for your internal keys, URLs to internal portals, corporate IP range, secret project names...

We help developers and security teams remediate together

Remediation is team work: we alert developers alongside security teams. We provide data and tools to investigate in depth, collect developers’ input, prioritize, and remediate.

Our algorithms have been
battle-tested at scale

We’ve got an enterprise version, as well as a free tier for individual developers, read what GitGuardian users say about our alerts!

We integrate into your existing workflow

Native integration with Version Control Systems. API to add automated secrets detection capabilities to your CI pipeline. Alerts pushed to your systems using webhooks.

What makes GitGuardian unique?

We cover a lot of different secrets

API keys from 200+ API providers, database connection strings, SSL certificates, private keys, usernames and passwords, copyrighted code… We allow you to build custom detectors for your internal keys, URLs to internal portals, corporate IP range, secret project names...

We help developers and security teams remediate together

Remediation is team work: we alert developers alongside security teams. We provide data and tools to investigate in depth, collect developers’ input, prioritize, and remediate.

Our algorithms have been battle-tested at scale

We’ve got an enterprise version, as well as a free tier for individual developers, read what GitGuardian users say about our alerts!

We integrate into your existing workflow

Native integration with Version Control Systems. API to add automated secrets detection capabilities to your CI pipeline. Alerts pushed to your systems using webhooks.

Securing your systems starts with securing your software development process. GitGuardian understands this, and they have built a pragmatic solution to an acute security problem. Their credentials monitoring system is a must-have for any serious organization.

Solomon Hykes,

co-founder of Docker

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