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Managing AWS IAM with Terraform - Part 2

Managing AWS IAM with Terraform - Part 2

In this second part, you will learn how to centralize IAM for multiple AWS accounts, create and use EC2 instance profiles, and implement just-in-time access with Vault.

The Tao of Software Engineering

The Tao of Software Engineering

This month we had the opportunity to chat with Mehdi about his background, what he and his team are cooking at GitGuardian, and the benefits of martial arts applied to software engineering

Canary Tokens [Security Zines]

Canary Tokens [Security Zines]

Security Zines are back, this time to illustrate the concept and usage behind canary tokens, a powerful intrusion detection trick. Check it out, we've got something for you!

Love, Death & Triggers

Love, Death & Triggers

Philippe explains how the GitGuardian engineering team cleverly leveraged Postgres triggers to achieve better performance. Until cons outweighed pros.

How to make security policies a team effort

How to make security policies a team effort

Mark Bichon from Bearer, the SAST solution for mapping sensitive data flows, shares some essential tips to create security policies that don't feel like a development slowdown.

Life is Too Short to Review Spaces

Life is Too Short to Review Spaces

Sofien, one of GitGuardian's Tech Leads, describes how pre-commit hooks are used to save time and also secure commits company-wide.

AWS IAM Security Best Practices

AWS IAM Security Best Practices

Identity and access management is a pillar of security. With the advent of the cloud, it got a lot more complicated. Here is a recap of the best practices to put in place to secure AWS IAM.

4 Reasons MSPs Should Monitor Their GitHub Footprint

4 Reasons MSPs Should Monitor Their GitHub Footprint

In recent years, resorting to MSPs has become very popular for companies wanting to accelerate the digitization of their businesses. With this surge in popularity, MSPs now face the question: how to ensure we can meet our cybersecurity responsibilities?

Security Chats - What Developers Say About Us

Security Chats - What Developers Say About Us

With more than 170k GitHub users and 4.3M (!) repositories under our shield, GitGuardian is proud to help the developers’ community code safer. Here is what you’ve been telling us lately.

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