GitGuardian Public Monitoring vs InfoWatch Traffic Monitor comparison


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GitGuardian Public Monitoring
Ranking in Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
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Application Security Tools (27th), Static Application Security Testing (SAST) (19th), Threat Intelligence Platforms (17th)
InfoWatch Traffic Monitor
Ranking in Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
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Featured Reviews

Theo Cusnir - PeerSpot reviewer
Sep 14, 2022
Detects and alerts us about leaks quickly, and enables us to filter and prioritize occurrences
One thing I really like about it is the fact that we can add search words or specific payloads inside the tool, and GitGuardian will look into GitHub and alert us if any of these words is found in a repository. For example, if I put "Payfit" in the tool, I will be alerted every time someone is committing with that word in the code. It's really useful for internal domain names, to detect if someone is leaking internal code. With this capability in the tool, we have good surveillance over our potential blind spots. It can detect a leak in 10 minutes. We had an experience with one of our engineers who had leaked a secret, and 10 minutes afterward we had a warning from GitGuardian about the leak. It's very effective. We looked at the commit date and the current date with hours and minutes and we could see that the commit had been made 10 minutes ago. As a result, we are sure it is pretty fast. Another feature, one that helps prioritize remediation, is that you can filter the findings by criticality. That definitely helps us to prioritize which secrets we should rotate and delete.
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What do you like most about GitGuardian Public Monitoring?
The Explore function is valuable for finding specific things I'm looking for.
What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for GitGuardian Public Monitoring?
It's a bit expensive, but it works well. You get what you pay for. You get something that is fully managed with a lot of features, and a tool that is very efficient.
What needs improvement with GitGuardian Public Monitoring?
I'm excited about the possibility of Public Postman scanning being integrated with GitGuardian in the future. Additionally, I'm interested in exploring the potential use of honeytokens, which seems...
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