Authorize SaaS Security API to connect to GitHub to scan
all content shared within the app.
You can connect a GitHub to SaaS Security
API to scan for public exposure of repository folders or source
code files to ensure your company’s proprietary information is secure.
With GitHub, you can control if SaaS Security API scans a collection
of owner accounts connected to an organization or a single owner
To connect GitHub to SaaS Security API and begin
scanning assets, you need to:
In order for SaaS Security API to scan assets,
you must consent to specific permissions during the course of adding
the GitHub app.
a Cloud App
, and click the
Connect to GitHub Account
then sign in with a GitHub account that has owner privileges.
If your GitHub account is part of an organization,
Security API access to scan your organization’s repositories.
SaaS Security API (listed
) access to your GitHub account.
Verify that you successfully granted Third-Party application
access to SaaS Security API.
When you add a new cloud app, then enable scanning,
SaaS Security API automatically scans the cloud app against the
default data patterns and displays the match occurrences. You can
take action now to improve your scan results and identify risks.