Application Security Engineer/Security Manager/DevSecOps Engineer/Product Security
Leverage GitGuardian to empower your security engineers to be agile, deliver secure code with automated security testing, and collaborate with Devs on remediating incidents seamlessly.
GitGuardian has also helped us develop a security-minded culture. We're serious about shifting left and getting better about code security. I think a lot of people are getting more mindful about what a secret is.
GitGuardian provides a rich and easy-to-use interface that enables engineers or security teams to jump on issues and manage their remediation. It offers functionality to prevent issues from creeping in.
Continuously map repositories in your GitHub, GitHub Enterprise, GitLab, Bitbucket, and Azure repos. You want a solution that integrates with all of the tools in use by your Dev teams. Centralize your code security incidents like hardcoded secrets, Infrastructure-as-Code misconfigurations, and more in one platform.
Every day, your development teams write hundreds if not thousands of lines of code. Automate security testing for every commit in the background, without slowing down engineering. The more secrets are exposed inside the SDLC, and the longer your team waits before implementing a code security program, the greater the security debt.
Your company encourages agile development methodologies and frequently releases new versions of its applications. But you have a small team of developers to test all web applications and even few AppSec engineers to provide guidance on fixing some vulnerabilities. So the hard-coded secrets, sensitive files, and IaC misconfigurations are more than your team can handle (1 AppSec engineer needs to handle 3,413 secret occurrences on average - State of Secret Sprawl 2022). Hence you need to offload some work by handing your team with code security tools.
In a day, you get a lot of alerts. However, a lot of them aren't even critical. You must be able to distinguish quickly between low-fidelity alerts that clutter up your dashboards and those that point out actual code security flaws.
Let's face it: only if developers write secure code or fix current code security problems, will application security improve. So although you don't want to relinquish control of code security testing, you have to give developers access to tools that will increase their independence in this area. You need a solution that provides just-in-time application security training, good remediation advice when and where it’s most relevant, and was created specifically with developers in mind.
GitGuardian Platform is built on 4 pillars to provide dependable code security at scale for enterprises. They cover the Prevention, Detection, Remediation, and Monitoring of your code security violations. Prevention happens on dev workstations.
Take the first step in enhancing your security posture throughout the SDLC and shed light on your security risk areas.
Check security policy violations in Dev environments, DevOps tools, and VCS.
Scan your Git repositories’ history and new contributions in real-time.
Enable custom patterns in addition to detecting 350+ specific and generic secrets.
Verify the secrets' validity and examine the code to uncover further context.
Consolidate multiple instances of secrets across repositories into a single incident.
Building reliable secrets detection - Secrets in source codeRead the blog >
According to our observations, including the Developer will reduce your work by increasing incident closing rates by 72% and cutting the mean time to remediate (MTTR) in half!
Prioritize remediation by filtering incidents based on criticality, location, validity, etc.
Provide external access to incidents (we call this feature Developer-In-The-Loop).
Invite Devs to join the workspace to view their incidents in-app. Create and manage unlimited teams with a defined scope.
Investigate incidents with a detailed incidents view - secret’s context, a timeline of actions, Dev comments, etc.
Create and display the custom remediation steps every developer or security engineer should follow to remediate incidents.
It Takes a Team to Solve Hardcoded SecretsRead the blog >
Instill an engineering culture focussed on security, by keeping secrets out of your codebase and managing secrets the right way in your DevOps pipeline.
Have visibility and control over VCS, DevOps tools, and other components of the SDLC.
Aggregate all secrets-in-code incidents from your source control and IaC scanning analytics on the GitGuardian dashboard.
Get a total count of secrets incidents, IaC scans performed per day for any given period of time.
Explore trends, the evolution of secrets incidents or number of IaC scans per active user over time.
Decide which secrets and repositories require the greatest safety.
Implementing a Secrets Detection Program for the Enterprise – a case studyRead the blog >
Ensure code vulnerabilities don’t reach production.
Detect incidents sooner.Share incidents and alerts with the concerned developers.
Avoid lengthy remediation by involving Dev in the platform.
Reduce the overall number of incidents over time. Decrease the chance of a breach.
Enforce ggshield, our CLI tool on Dev workstations to correct issues before committing.
Get Dev feedback quickly with our ready-made questionnaires.
Dev can prioritize and resolve incidents with our advices and just-in-time security training.
Improve Dev productivity and ship safe code within your deadlines.
GitGuardian can be self-hosted for organizations operating in highly regulated industries or with strict data privacy policies.
We support thousands of active developers and repositories per instance.
We offer you native integrations with all major VCSs - GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket, and Azure DevOps.
Receive all the features you expect from an enterprise product: SSO login, RBAC, Audit logs, REST API, and more.
Get extensive customer support: PoC exercises, dedicated technical account managers, onboarding program.