Code42 Incydr ™ monitors and can prevent Git commands from being pushed to and pulled from untrusted repositories, enabling security teams to protect high-value IP.
Your security policies aren’t stopping engineers from stealing source code
Companies have long fought to keep proprietary source code from leaking and landing in the hands of competitors. Engineers looking to steal code for personal benefit can use Git for exfiltration to personal repositories. Securing Git is a sensible first step, but challenges still remain for security teams:
Minimal visibility into the nature of Git pushes
Difficulty policing Git pulls and pushes without harming productivity
Lack of controls to respond appropriately to Git exfiltrations
Source Code Leak In The News
Twitter says parts of the company’s source code had been leaked on Github
Catch high-risk source code leaks with Incydr’s Git Detection
Keep a close watch over proprietary source code and ensure it never leaves your company with Code42 Incydr. Be alerted the moment source code exfiltration is initiated and leverage appropriate response controls to stop the movement of high-value IP dead in its tracks.