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Secret Scanning

White Papers

Mind the gap: The state of secrets scanning in 2021

This whitepaper will review the dangers of secret leakage, the challenges in protecting secrets in the SDLC, and strategies for secret leakage mitigation.

DevSecOps Cloud Security Solutions Buyer's Guide
Ebooks

DevSecOps Cloud Security Solutions Buyer’s Guide

The cloud has come a long way from Eric Schmidt’s “modern” coining of the phrase in 2006. Today, companies and institutions are reliant upon a cloud

vulnerability management tools
Ebooks

The DevOps Guide To Vulnerability Management Tools In 2021

Thousands of vulnerabilities are discovered yearly, and business continuity continues to become hinged on the continual network, process, and software uptime. Organizations need to invest time and effort into understanding where their weaknesses lie to maintain that status quo and continue running smoothly.  

Where your code secrets hide: risky filetypes to know
Documentation

Where your code secrets hide: risky filetypes to know

It may be an API key that falls in the wrong hands, a set of credentials, encryption keys, or even a URL that is being protected by obfuscation. Secrets will leak, and the smallest secret can escalate to a full-blown data breach. But where exactly do these secrets in code like to hide?

White Papers

Protecting secrets throughout the SDLC with SpectralOps

This whitepaper will review the dangers of secret leakage, the challenges in protecting secrets in the SDLC, and strategies for secret leakage mitigation.

Documentation

How to choose a secret scanning solution to protect credentials in your code

One of the easiest methods malicious actors use to infiltrate systems and abuse data is by scanning for secrets that accidentally leak into the public space. Why go through the effort of hacking when someone has left the keys to the kingdom sitting on the doormat?

Case Studies

How Perion protects its code from data leaks

The company’s leadership felt confident in their existing security tools and measures taken. They believed the company had adequate defenses in place to protect the company’s IP (intellectual property) and private information against external attacks.

Stop leaks at the source!