This guide shows you how to configure security features for a repository. You must be a repository administrator or organization owner to configure security settings for a repository.
Your security needs are unique to your repository, so you may not need to enable every feature for your repository. For more information, see "GitHub security features."
Some features are available for all repositories. Additional features are available to enterprises that use GitHub Advanced Security. 詳しい情報については、「GitHub Advanced Security について」を参照してください。
The first step to securing a repository is to set up who can see and modify your code. For more information, see "Managing repository settings."
From the main page of your repository, click Settings, then scroll down to the "Danger Zone."
- To change who can view your repository, click Change visibility. For more information, see "Setting repository visibility."
- From the main page of your repository, click Security.
- Click Security policy.
- Click Start setup.
- Add information about supported versions of your project and how to report vulnerabilities.
For more information, see "Adding a security policy to your repository."
You can set up code scanning to automatically identify vulnerabilities and errors in the code stored in your repository by using a CodeQL分析ワークフロー or third-party tool. For more information, see "Setting up code scanning for a repository."
Code scanning is available for organization-owned repositories if your enterprise uses GitHub Advanced Security.
Secret scanning is available for organization-owned repositories if your enterprise uses GitHub Advanced Security. Secret scanning may already be enabled for your repository, depending upon your organization's settings.
- From the main page of your repository, click Settings.
- Click Security & analysis.
- If GitHub Advanced Security is not already enabled, click Enable.
- Next to Secret scanning, click Enable.
You can view and manage alerts from security features to address dependencies and vulnerabilities in your code. For more information, see "Managing code scanning for your repository," and "Managing alerts from secret scanning."