GitHub: Top Security Use Cases

GitHub is a code-hosting platform that enables developers, testers, and others involved in software development to collaborate on projects from anywhere. GitHub is used for version management, social interaction among developers, and showcasing projects.
How Adaptive Shield Helps Secure Github
GitHub embedded security directly into the developer workflow, making it easy to secure your application in minutes and comply with any industry standards. However, those security tools are unable to secure repositories if they aren’t configured correctly.

Adaptive Shield keeps Github secure by continuously reviewing security settings within GitHub, protecting it from threat actors looking to steal your code.

Harden Hygiene and Branch Protection

Protect important branches with robust branch protection rules to enforce workflows:
  1. Apply rules to users and admins
  2. Disable write permissions that push code to the repository
  3. Require a verified signature for the commit action

Limit Member Privileges

Create a secure baseline:
  1. Customize policies for new users
  2. Prevent Non-admin members inviting outside collaborators to repositories
  3. Restrict members that can create teams

Detect Respository Vulnerabilities

Receive alerts when new vulnerabilities are added to the GitHub Advisory Database and generate automated security updates:
  1. Set system to send alerts when new vulnerabilities are detected within your repositories’ dependencies
  2. Generate automated security updates
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