Git is open, which means people can keep a copy of the source code. While Git's open nature is what makes it so popular with developers, it's also what makes it a security issue for companies. The problem is that your source code is only as secure as the device from which it was copied. Yubico and Git understand how important it is to maintain the integrity of the source code. With the launch of GitLab 8.9, a collaboration was announced with Yubico to help customers strengthen their authentication process with YubiKeys. YubiKeys is a single key that provides universal 2nd factor authentication in an unlimited number of applications.
This webinar talks about common security threats and how to use GitLab and Yubico to avoid information breaches of your private data