Protect sensitive data in GitHub
Scan your GitHub repositories to find passwords, secrets, and other sensitive data exposed within your code. Conduct scans on demand or automatically when a repository changes.
Use Polymer to customize data loss prevention based on your organization’s data policies. Monitor GitHub and detect sensitive data elements such as:
- Kubernetes keys
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Smart data loss prevention for GitHub
Polymer finds sensitive data like PII, passwords, secrets, and Kubernetes keys in GitHub so you can prevent data exposure before code is deployed. Use Polymer to reduce the risk of data policy violations within GitHub repositories—both comments and codebase. Easily define what sensitive data is important to your organization and modify it as your data governance strategy evolves.
- Low-code set up
- Pre-built policy templates (HIPAA, PCI, GDPR, CCPA)
- Flexible policy generator (200+ options)
- Context mapping
- Automatic detection of PII, passwords, and more exposed in codebases and repositories
- Customizable warnings when unauthorized users have access to sensitive data
- Risk scores and dashboards
- Usage logs and suspicious activity reports
- Knowledge graph
Polymer automatically scans GitHub for exposed sensitive data when there are code changes within a repository.
Polymer sends customizable warnings if sensitive data is found in comments or code.
Polymer uses machine learning to report on any suspicious activity detected within GitHub.