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Bewerten deines Codesicherheitsrisikos

Mithilfe der Sicherheitsübersicht kannst du ermitteln, welche Teams und Repositorys von Sicherheitswarnungen betroffen sind, und Repositorys für dringende Abhilfemaßnahmen identifizieren.

Wer kann dieses Feature verwenden?

Die Sicherheitsübersicht für eine Organisation steht allen Mitgliedern der Organisation zur Verfügung. Welche Ansichten und Daten angezeigt werden, wird von deiner Rolle in der Organisation und deinen Berechtigungen für einzelne Repositorys innerhalb der Organisation bestimmt. Weitere Informationen findest du unter Informationen zur Sicherheitsübersicht.

Die Sicherheitsübersicht für ein Unternehmen zeigt Organisationsbesitzerinnen und Sicherheits-Managerinnen Daten für die Organisationen an, auf die sie Zugriff haben. Unternehmensbesitzerinnen können nur Daten für Organisationen anzeigen, denen sie als Organisationsbesitzerin oder Sicherheits-Manager*in hinzugefügt wurden. Weitere Informationen findest du unter Verwalten deiner Rolle in einer Organisation, die deinem Unternehmen gehört.

Alle Unternehmen und ihre Organisationen verfügen über eine Sicherheitsübersicht. Wenn Sie GitHub Advanced Security features werden Sie zusätzliche Informationen sehen. Weitere Informationen findest du unter Informationen zu GitHub Advanced Security.

About security risks in your code

You can use security overview to see which repositories and teams are free from any security alerts and which have unresolved security alerts. The "Security risk" page shows a summary and detailed information on which repositories in an organization or enterprise are affected by security alerts, with a breakdown of alert by severity. You can filter the view to show a subset of repositories using the "affected" and "unaffected" links, the links under "Open alerts", the "Teams" dropdown menu, and a search field in the page header. This view is a great way to understand the broader picture for a repository, team, or group of repositories because you can see security alerts of all types in one view.

Screenshot of the header section of the "Security risk" view on the "Security" tab for an organization.

Note: It's important to understand that all repositories without open alerts are included in the set of unaffected repositories. That is, unaffected repositories include any repositories where the feature is not enabled, in addition to repositories that have been scanned and any alerts identified have been closed.

Viewing organization-level code security risks

The information shown by security overview varies according to your access to repositories and organizations, and according to whether GitHub Advanced Security is used by those repositories and organizations. For more information, see "About security overview."

  1. On your GitHub Enterprise Server instance, navigate to the main page of the organization.

  2. Under your organization name, click Security.

    Screenshot of the horizontal navigation bar for an organization. A tab, labeled with a shield icon and "Security," is outlined in dark orange.

  3. To display the "Security risk" view, in the sidebar, click Risk.

  4. Use options in the page summary to filter results to show the repositories you want to assess. The list of repositories and metrics displayed on the page automatically update to match your current selection. For more information on filtering, see "Filtering alerts in security overview."

    • Use the Teams dropdown to show information only for the repositories owned by one or more teams.
    • Click NUMBER affected or NUMBER unaffected in the header for any feature to show only the repositories with open alerts or no open alerts of that type.
    • Click any of the descriptions of "Open alerts" in the header to show only repositories with alerts of that type and category. For example, 1 critical to show the repository with a critical alert for Dependabot.
    • At the top of the list of repositories, click NUMBER Archived to show only repositories that are archived.
    • Click in the search box to add further filters to the repositories displayed.

    Screenshot of the "Security risk" view for an organization. The options for filtering are outlined in dark orange.

  5. Optionally, use the sidebar on the left to explore alerts for a specific security feature in greater detail. On each page, you can use filters that are specific to that feature to refine your search. For more information about the available qualifiers, see "Filtering alerts in security overview."

Note: The summary views ("Coverage" and "Risk") show data only for high confidence alerts. Code scanning alerts from third-party tools, and secret scanning alerts for ignored directories and non-provider alerts are all omitted from these views. Consequently, the individual alert views may include a larger number of open and closed alerts.

Viewing enterprise-level code security risks

You can view data for security alerts across organizations in an enterprise. The information shown by security overview varies according to your access to repositories and organizations, and according to whether GitHub Advanced Security is used by those repositories and organizations. For more information, see "About security overview."

Tip

You can use the owner filter in the search field to filter the data by organization. For more information, see "Filtering alerts in security overview."

  1. Navigate to GitHub Enterprise Cloud.

  2. In the top-right corner of GitHub, click your profile photo, then click Your enterprises.

  3. In the list of enterprises, click the enterprise you want to view.

  4. On the left side of the page, in the enterprise account sidebar, click Code Security.

  5. To display the "Security coverage" view, in the sidebar, click Risk.

  6. Use options in the page summary to filter results to show the repositories you want to assess. The list of repositories and metrics displayed on the page automatically update to match your current selection. For more information on filtering, see "Filtering alerts in security overview."

    • Use the Teams dropdown to show information only for the repositories owned by one or more teams.
    • Click NUMBER affected or NUMBER unaffected in the header for any feature to show only the repositories with open alerts or no open alerts of that type.
    • Click any of the descriptions of "Open alerts" in the header to show only repositories with alerts of that type and category. For example, 1 critical to show the repository with a critical alert for Dependabot.
    • At the top of the list of repositories, click NUMBER Archived to show only repositories that are archived.
    • Click in the search box to add further filters to the repositories displayed.

    Screenshot of the "Security risk" view for an enterprise. The options for filtering are outlined in dark orange.

Note: The summary views ("Coverage" and "Risk") show data only for high confidence alerts. Code scanning alerts from third-party tools, and secret scanning alerts for ignored directories and non-provider alerts are all omitted from these views. Consequently, the individual alert views may include a larger number of open and closed alerts.