Detecting Software Supply Chain Breaches with GitGuardian Honeytoken – Eric Fourrier – RSA23 #2
In the ever-evolving world of cybersecurity, attackers are constantly finding new ways to infiltrate your software supply chains. But with GitGuardian's Honeytoken, you can stay ahead of the game. Deploy honeytokens at scale, monitor for unauthorized use, and detect intrusions before they can wreak havoc on your system. With Honeytoken, you'll have the insight you need to protect your confidential data and know where, who, and how attackers are trying to access it.
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Honeytoken launch blog post SaaS Sentinel, which is a new GitGuardian lab project leveraging Honeytoken technology. It is designed to detect supply chain breaches from SaaS providers. Subscription is free.
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Eric Fourrier is an experienced engineer and entrepreneur with a degree in machine learning from Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris and a graduate degree from Ecole Centrale. He started his career as a data scientist in the financial sector in the United States before founding Quantiops, a consulting firm focused on big data analysis. In 2017, Eric co-founded GitGuardian, a rapidly growing cybersecurity startup that is dedicated to helping businesses protect their SDLC and software supply chain. With his expertise and entrepreneurial spirit, Eric is committed to driving innovation and growth in the tech industry.