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InfoSec World 2022

This cybersecurity conference is for security practitioners and executives features expert insights, enlightening keynotes, and interactive breakout sessions that inform, engage, and connect the infosec community. GitGuardian will have a booth (#528) and will be speaking in the Tech Solutions Theatre.

Sep 26, 2022 - Sep 28, 2022

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Join GitGuardian at InfoSec World 2022

We’re thrilled to be a Gold Sponsor for InfoSec World 2022, September 26-28.

The GitGuardian team will have a Booth (#528) on the show floor, and we look forward to meeting you there. Kindly complete the form to the right to schedule a meeting with a product expert during the conference.

InfoSec World is known as the "Business of Security" conference bringing together practitioners and executives for multiple days of top-notch education, networking and more!
This multi-day event provides participants with essential information and tools required to better enhance and protect their organizations.

Hear us at the conference

The Growing Problem of Secrets Sprawl - How 6 Million Secrets Were Leaked on GitHub and Its Implications

Despite being largely acknowledged as one of the most common entry points for hackers, a type of vulnerability remains largely unwatched: hard-coded credentials in source code.
Mackenzie Jackson, developer advocate at GitGuardian will present a simple fact: focusing on what you can control now can greatly improve your organization's security posture.
Secrets-in-the code is something you can and should start monitoring now.

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