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Organizations who have development teams are very likely to have company secrets (API keys, tokens, password) end up on public GitHub. We can evaluate this exposure. How?

Receive a report with their GitHub footprint and our findings. See the report with mock data.

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Here’s what you will provide them

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GitHub footprint
Secrets stats
Leaks for each category
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Here’s the data in the report

  • Active developers in the company perimeter

    Developers who mentioned their company name on their GitHub profile, or use their company email address when pushing code publicly on GitHub.

  • Commits scanned

    All activity on GitHub is linked to a commit email. We can tie such commit emails to GitHub accounts, and hence monitor that accountʼs activity.

  • Secrets leaked publicly on GitHub

    Secrets are digital authentication credential granting access to systems or data. These are most commonly API keys or usernames and passwords.

  • Secrets breakdown by category

    Percentage of secrets leaks for each category (eg. Private key, Version control platform, Cloud provider, Messaging system, Data storage, etc.).

  • Developers involved in at least one secret leak

    Developers from their company's perimeter who have leaked at least one secret.

  • Public events

    A Public Event occurs when a private repository is made public. Such an event is sensitive as it discloses the entire history of a repository, where sensitive data could be found.

  • Direct mentions of the company in commits

    Commits that mention your company domain in the committed code.

  • Valid secrets publicly available on GitHub

    Secrets that can still be exploited by persons with malicious intent.

  • Secrets contained in a sensitive file

    Secrets that were published inside a file that is sensitive in itself, such as a configuration file.

  • Secrets erased from GitHub

    Secrets that can no longer be found on GitHub, but have been leaked and can be found in GitHub archives.

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How GitGuardian generates this report

Our secrets detection engine has been running in production since 2017, analyzing billions of commits coming from GitHub. The algorithms and detectors constantly train against a dataset of 4 billions commits. The latest State of Secrets Sprawl 2023 reveals 10 million new secrets occurrences were exposed on GitHub in 2022. That's a 67% increase compared to 2021. And we are able to tell you how many leaks are tied to your company by first identifying your developers active on GitHub.

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What I have found to be very effective with GitGuardian is that we can analyze the history of Talend-related alerts on the entire GitHub perimeter, whether they are our official repositories or any public directory outside the control of Talend. What was very interesting and what we didn't anticipate was that most of leaked secrets came from the personal code repositories of our developers.

Partnering with MSPs introduces potential third-party attack surfaces and unanticipated organizational risks. Proactively manage your risk on public GitHub and keep your customers’ secrets and sensitive data out of sight.

Most DLPs would put the burden of defining the perimeter on us. GitGuardian is different, it takes care of all the hard work. We now have full visibility over what’s happening on public GitHub and with real-time alerting, we can take action before it’s too late.

Compromised secrets on public GitHub give attackers easy, authorized access to your IT systems and internals. Equip your Threat Intel teams with GitGuardian's real-time GitHub monitoring and stay ahead of attackers.

If a colleague in security at another company were to say to me that secrets detection is not a priority, I'd ask them why that's the case. Arguably, secrets in source code are a very large risk, especially given its distributed nature. People may be using different kinds of machines to do their work, and we need to make sure that sensitive data is kept out of public GitHub.

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