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Submit Your Incident Feedback Directly In The GitGuardian Dashboard

GitGuardian is making it easier and safer than ever to gather feedback about secret leakage incidents.

Video Transcript

GitGuardian is making it  easier and safer than ever to gather feedback about secret leakage incidents. We have added a feedback form directly to the  GitGuardian dashboard incident detail view, allowing your team to provide  more info about the incident, including confirming if it's an actual  secret, if it gives access to any sensitive info, if it has been revoked,  as well as any other relevant details. When you look at the Detail View of any incident,  you will see a Share button towards the top. Clicking it will open a modal to grant access to the incident to anyone inside  or outside fo your workspace. Search for individual workspace members or entire  teams, granting access to the right user or users. You can also toggle how much access to grant, from Full Access which allows teammates to share, resolve, ignore or comment on the incident,  down to only the ability to view the incident. If needed, you can also share the event publicly  via a temporary link, giving anyone outside of your workspace the ability to give feedback  or even resolve or ignore the incident. Be careful how you share this link, though, as anyone with the link will be able to  see the secret and details about your repo. No matter how you choose to gather  feedback from your team about an incident, GitGuardian makes it easy to  manage the remediation process.