Cloud Security , Cybercrime , Fraud Management & Cybercrime

How to Keep Developer Secrets, Secret

Automate Data Classification to Restore Visibility and Control of Sensitive Data

Developer secrets can provide access to entire cloud platforms, databases, source code, and more. Recently, there have been cases of secrets being stolen by ransomware and then used in follow-up attacks - supply chain attack headlines being among the most feared examples. Even with code scanning, secret management services and manual efforts, there’s too much to cover, yet too much at stake to ignore.

View this discussion with Amanda Walker, the VP of Engineering at Nuna Health, and Mike Andrews, Head of Engineering at Open Raven, as they explain how to:

  • Use automated data classification to restore visibility of sensitive data, like developer secrets
  • Fix issues before they become security incidents
  • Streamline incident response and prevent follow-up attacks

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