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.