Control access and actions in GitHub code repositories with context-based and CAEP-informed policies.

Remove standing access to repositories

Reduce the impact of credential compromise with real-time, context-based access decisions to GitHub repositories

Grant privileged access when needed

Give the right user the right access at the right time

Consistent policy across your organization

Apply access decisions in GitHub using business context

How it works

For enterprises with large, agile engineering teams, GitHub is the leading platform for centralizing, integrating and deploying code. But unfortunately its prevalence among engineering teams creates a target for malicious actors. Common approaches to protecting GitHub include SSO, two-factor authentication (2FA) and in-platform roles. However, these approaches fail to limit access in the event of misuse, session hijacking, or credential compromise. Zero standing privilege posture is a more reliable way to prevent exposure.

With SGNL for GitHub, organizations can create policies based on business context that scale across GitHub instances reducing operational risk.

Context-based policy enforcement

SGNL uses context from systems of record to seamlessly enforce corporate policy within GitHub

Unified data context

SGNL ingests and normalizes data from enterprise systems of record to provide consistent policy evaluation

Understandable by business owners

Human-readable policies allow application owners to define who can perform which actions

Achieve a Zero Standing Privilege security posture

SGNL eliminates standing access to systems providing a defense against session hijacking, misuse, and malicious actors

See SGNL for GitHub in Action