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GitGuardian is a private solution built to monitor and detect credential data leaks. It monitors official repositories listed under the GitHub organization and also the developer’s personal or public repositories. The platform covers 200+ API providers, private keys, database connection strings, certificates, usernames, and passwords. It comes with sophisticated pattern matching techniques that help to detect credentials that cannot be strictly defined with distinctive patterns. Developers are alerted alongside security teams and the meantime to detect is just a few seconds. It’s integrated with SIEM, ticketing systems, chats, and ITSM. It collaborates with developers and collects developer feedback directly in the dashboard to better investigate and prioritize issues. Users can monitor their internal repositories either public or private. The internal repositories monitoring feature includes integrations with GitHub and GitLab natively. Users can use the platform’s API to integrate into git hooks or in the CI as well. It comes with the ability to define custom detectors to identify specific internal tokens or hostnames.
|Support||Online||Customer Type||Large Enterprises Medium Business Small Business|
|API||Location / Phone Number||Paris, France|
|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud||Category||Data Center Security Software|
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