The State of Secrets Sprawl 2023 revealed
In 2022, we scanned a staggering 1.027 billion GitHub commits! How many secrets do you think we found?
For the 3rd year in a row, I am excited to share with you the findings of The State of Secrets Sprawl! This report from my team at GitGuardian is the most extensive analysis of secrets exposed in GitHub and beyond!
And this year, we are going much, much deeper! Not only are we looking into the leaks in public GitHub repos (we have some big surprises here 🤫), but we are also diving deeper into trends such as Infrastructure-as-Code, AI/ChatGPT mentions, and even investigating how leaked secrets move from GitHub to be sold on the deep and dark web!
So join me, Mackenzie Jackson, Security Advocate, Eric Fourrier, co-founder of GitGuardian, and Mark Turnage, CEO of DarkOwl, for this exclusive webinar. Don't miss this chance to discuss the most significant trends observed in 2022 and what to make of them for the future of developer security.
You will also get some practical tips on effectively managing and protecting your secrets. See you there!
ICYMI, here's what we revealed in last year's edition:
- Six million secrets (API keys, credential pairs, security certificates) were exposed on public GitHub!
- An average organization finds 3,000 secret occurrences in its codebase!
- About 5% of Docker images contain hardcoded secrets in the images' layers and filesystems!
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