GitGuardian
for public GitHub monitoring

Prevent hackers from using GitHub as a backdoor to your business.

Available in Saas

GitGuardian
for public GitHub monitoring

Prevent hackers from using GitHub as a backdoor to your business.

Available in Saas

Public Monitoring
features

Monitoring

Organization
repositories monitoring

Monitor the official repositories listed under your GitHub organization. These are the repositories your company knows exist.

Developers’ personal repositories monitoring

Monitor developers’ personal public repositories. This is where 80% of corporate credentials are leaked on the platform. We identify this shadow activity by automatically linking your developers, repositories and source code to your company.

Detection

Broad coverage

We cover 200+ API providers, database connection strings, private keys, certificates, usernames and passwords, intellectual property, …

Keyword match

Ability to define your own keywords to look for internal project names, reserved IP addresses range, domain name, ...

Sophisticated detection
that goes beyond keyword match

We use sophisticated pattern matching techniques to detect credentials that cannot be strictly defined with a distinctive pattern (like unprefixed credentials).

High precision

91% “true positive” feedback following our alerts, as reported by our users.

Alerting

Real-time alerting

Our Mean Time To Detect is a few seconds after the secret was publicly exposed.

Developer alerting

Developers are at the forefront of the issue. We alert developers alongside the security team (Application Security / Threat Response).

Remediation

Integrate with your
remediation workflow

We’re integrated with most common SIEM, ITSM, ticketing systems, chats, …

Collaborate with developers

Collect developer feedback directly in the dashboard, in order to better investigate and prioritize.

Logging

Advanced logging capabilities

Ask for proof points! We provide a detailed list of every monitored developer and repository, as well as logs of every single commit that was analyzed, and reproducible results of our scans.

Security

SSO

Single Sign On functionality.

Even if your company doesn’t do Open Source, your developers do

Most corporate leaks on GitHub occur on developers’ personal public repositories, as opposed to official company’s open source repositories. In the vast majority of the cases, these leaks are unintentional, not malevolent. With 40M+ developers using GitHub, any company with a lot of developers is exposed to the platform.

Developers have access to more and more sensitive information

Developers now build software in a decentralized, cloud and SaaS-friendly way. As a result, they increasingly use API keys, database credentials, private keys, certificates, ... This leads to secrets spreading within the organizations and the public domain.

Software development is under real pressure

Developer teams are growing, with more technologies to master, shortened release cycles, … This leaves more room for human error, which is the prevailing cause for breaches.

Why choose GitGuardian to monitor public GitHub?

4 seconds

GitGuardian’s Mean Time to Detect

25 minutes

Median Developers’
Reaction Time

< 1 hour

To nullify most of the potential damage

See for yourself!

GitGuardian has been scanning all public GitHub activity for over 3 years now. Our demo dashboard will thus be populated with your actual historical data.

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Up and running
in a minute

There is no integration or lengthy setup
needed. You gain instant visibility over public activity related to your company.

Value delivered
right away

The moment you get access to your
dashboard, it is already populated with your
actual historical data.

Privacy by
design

We scan publicly available
data only.

Resources

Assessing model performance in secrets detection: accuracy, precision & recall explained
Blog

Assessing model performance in secrets detection: accuracy, precision & recall explained

Why precision and recall are such important metrics to consider when evaluating the performance of classification algorithms such as secrets detection.

8 free security tools every developer should know and use to Shift Left
Blog

8 free security tools every developer should know and use to Shift Left

A list of 8 free must use security tools every developer should know about to help them secure their code and Shift Left.

GitHub security: what does it take to protect your company from credentials leaking on GitHub?
Blog

GitHub security: what does it take to protect your company from credentials leaking on GitHub?

An in depth guide intended for CISOs, application security and other security professionals who want to protect their organizations from credentials leaked on GitHub.

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