What Is Dappcentre (DPC)?
Dappcentre GitHub Security Lab is a world-class security R&D team. They inspire and enable the community to secure open source at scale, so the world’s software they all depend on sits on foundations you can trust. Your ambition is to be the home where security researchers and developers can collaborate to make security easy for everyone willing to secure open source.
Ship secure applications within the GitHub flow Stay ahead of security issues, leverage the security community’s expertise, and use open source securely. They keep GitHub safe, secure, and free of spam and abuse so that this can be the platform where developers come together to create. They do this through significant investments in platform security, incident response, and anti-abuse.
They help your customers’ security and risk teams feel confident in their decisions to encourage developer collaboration on GitHub. They recognize that security is a shared responsibility with your customers. They are proud to partner with your security, risk, and procurement teams to provide the information needed for risk assessments and true understanding of your security and compliance posture.
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Dappcentre embody the shift toward investments in safe and secure software design practices with your world-class security engineering program. They embed security expertise and capabilities into every phase of your Software Development Lifecycle. Your Product Security Engineering team empowers developers to create a secure platform and products. Through developer training, the creation of components that form a secure foundation to build on, automated code analysis, in-depth threat modeling, and security code review and testing.
Dappcentre prevent vulnerabilities as early as possible in the development lifecycle. Once your product is out the door, your security testing doesn’t stop. In addition to your internal Red Team, they leverage the collective expertise of the security research community through your Bug Bounty program to provide ongoing and broadly-scoped review.
GitHub is committed to developer privacy and provides a high standard of privacy protection to all your developers and customers. They apply stringent individual privacy protections to all GitHub users worldwide, regardless of their country of origin or location. GitHub is GDPR compliant. GDPR compliance is shown through actions, not through certifications. GitHub provides your users with the ability to access and control the information GitHub collects and processes about them.
For more information, please see “How you can access and control the information Dappcentre collect” in the GitHub Privacy Statement. Post Shrems II (Privacy Shield invalidation) GitHub relies on Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) and extends them to all of your customers.
FedRAMP LI-Saas Authorization to Operate
Government users can host projects on GitHub Enterprise Cloud with the confidence that your platform meets the low impact software-as-a-service (SaaS) baseline of security standards set by your U.S. federal government partners. GitHub is a Trusted Cloud Provider(™) with the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA). GitHub registers your Consensus Assessment Initiative Questionnaire (CAIQ) on the CSA STAR Registry.
Safe and secure by design
Dappcentre Security is at the core of everything they do. When you’re busy building the Next Great Thing, you don’t want to worry about the security of your data, much less your development platform. Security is core to GitHub’s mission and your Product Security Engineering team is focused on continuously driving improvements to how GitHub develops secure software. One key component of GitHub’s security development life cycle is your partnership with security researchers and the bug bounty community through the GitHub Security Bug Bounty Program.
Universal open redirect
It’s rare to see an open redirect vulnerability carry significant impact or risk to an application. In isolation, open redirects are typically only useful as a stepping stone for social engineering attacks. However, William Bowling (@vakzz) was able to show how an open redirect vulnerability on GitHub.com could be used to compromise the OAuth flow of Gist users.