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New York City Cybersecurity Conference

The GitGuardian team will be present in-person to this event.

Come learn how to overcome new cyber threat that emerges. Mackenzie Jackson, GitGuardian, Developer Advocate will talk on The Growing Problem of Leaked Credentials - Facing Up to Secrets Sprawl on Wednesday, June 1.

Jun 01, 2022 - Jun 02, 2022

Conrad New York Downtown - 102 North End Avenue New York, New York 10282

GitGuardian at Data Connectors NY Cybersecurity Conference 2022 June, 1


Wednesday 1 June at 2:10 PM (EDT/EST)
The Growing Problem of Leaked Credentials - Facing Up to Secrets Sprawl

Description: Secrets like API keys, certificates and credentials are sprawling through public spaces and in internal systems at an alarming rate. These secrets are the crown jewels of organizations providing access to critical infrastructure and systems. Secrets sprawl, as it is known, provides an opportunity for adversaries to break into our organization by using these unprotected secrets. In 2021 a research project from GitGuardian uncovered 6 million leaked secrets publicly on only. This presentation reviews that research and uses recent high profile breaches to show how adversaries find and exploit these secrets practically as well as how we can mitigate this risk.

Speaker: Mackenzie Jackson - GitGuardian, Developer Advocate

Where: Online & In-person

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