Secure DevOps

A secure, scalable way for development and GitOps teams to immutably sign and verify the author of every commit, preventing unauthorized threats.

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Ensure code integrity with each commit

It’s easy to spoof users in Git, so it’s difficult to trace where a vulnerability came from. The only way to achieve code integrity and authenticity is to trust the signature on every commit.

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Secure your Infrastructure As Code (IAC)

If your infrastructure is compromised, attackers can open ports and change firewalls, leaving your network wide open. Preventing unauthorized commits is a crucial step in securing your IAC.

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Verify third party development

Third party contributors are checking in code on non company-issued machines. Verifying author commit signing is the only way to ensure that a malicious actor didn’t check in code.

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Cryptographic proof of code authorship

Often, security is tacked on during the last phase before deployment, leaving little time to address any security risks. Author verification should be the first check in your CI/CD pipeline and automatically block insecure code commits.

Author verification API in your CI/CD pipeline

Our author verification API is the first check in your CI/CD pipeline. It automatically checks that the key that signed the commit is tied to a corporate identity and device—and was issued and registered with the Beyond Identity Cloud.

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    Seamlessly integrated with developer workflows

    Uplevel security without compromising user experience and developer productivity.

    • Developers set up their unique GPG keys once on their computer
    • Then, security is built into existing developer processes. When developers check in code, Beyond Identity automatically signs each commit.
    • Integrations with all code repos and tools

    Keys are locally stored and cannot be moved

    When developers self enroll, Beyond Identity automatically mints the GPG key locally in the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) on their computer. For the first time, GPG keys are tied to a corporate identity and the private key can’t be accessed or moved off the device.

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    Seamless author verification

    Prove that what you’ve shipped is what your developers actually built—and that nothing else got added. Easily control which devices can create keys and manage key revocation in a central platform.

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