Thomas Segura

Thomas Segura

Thomas' passion for tech and open-source led him to join GitGuardian as technical content writer. He focuses on clarifying the transformative changes that cybersecurity and software are going through.

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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!

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.

GitHub Actions Security Best Practices [cheat sheet included]

GitHub Actions Security Best Practices [cheat sheet included]

GitHub Actions is an increasingly popular CI/CD platform. They offer powerful and easy-to-access features to build automation right into any GitHub repository. However, they also require special attention to avoid any compromise. Here are the best practices to secure them.

Carrying Ambition Through Passion

Carrying Ambition Through Passion

Edouard, GitGuardian's VP Product, is a seasoned cybersecurity specialist who joined GitGuardian to push our DevSecOps solutions to new heights. Find out more about his background and what excited him to become a Guardian.

DevSecOps and the AppSec Shared Responsibility Model

DevSecOps and the AppSec Shared Responsibility Model

In their latest white paper, GitGuardian examines why implementing DevSecOps at scale to protect the modern software factory means evolving traditional AppSec. Read more to learn how the shared responsibility model adoption will unlock security in an agile world.

The State of Secrets Sprawl 2022

The State of Secrets Sprawl 2022

In its 2022 report, GitGuardian extends its previous edition focused on public GitHub by depicting a realistic view of the state of secrets sprawl in corporate codebases.

Documentation as a Killer Feature

Documentation as a Killer Feature

Julia recently joined GitGuardian to improve the product experience for Enterprise users. She explained to us how documentation could be an essential asset to achieve that objective and what drove her to become a Guardian in the first place.

​​Happy 20th Birthday, OWASP!🎂

​​Happy 20th Birthday, OWASP!🎂

We're happy to celebrate the 20th birthday of the Open Web Application Security Project, one of the major open-source resources helping developers better understand and practice web security.

Security Chats - What Developers Say About Us

Security Chats - What Developers Say About Us

With more than 110k GitHub users and 2.5M (!) repositories under our shield, GitGuardian is proud to help the developers’ community code safer. Here is what you’ve been telling us lately.

Why SAST + DAST can't be enough

Why SAST + DAST can't be enough

Static and dynamic app testing are cornerstones for any comprehensive AppSec program, yet they rarely rise up to the challenges of fully securing modern software. Discover why secrets are one of their critical blind spots.

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