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At GitLab, we're committed to Information Security. It is GitLab’s mission to make it so that everyone can contribute, and it's our Security Division's mission to enable everyone to innovate and succeed on a safe, secure, and trusted DevSecOps platform. To learn more, visit the security section of our handbook.

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  • Is data classified according to type and sensitivity levels?
  • Is a data inventory created and maintained for sensitive and personal information (at a minimum)?
  • Are industry-accepted methods applied for secure data disposal from storage media so information is not recoverable by any forensic means?
  • Are data security and privacy policies and procedures reviewed and updated at least annually?
  • Are policies and procedures established, documented, approved, communicated, enforced, evaluated, and maintained for the classification, protection, and handling of data throughout its lifecycle according to all applicable laws and regulations, standards, and risk level?
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Trust Center Updates

Documents Updated with Japanese, German, and French Translations

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GitLab has updated the following documents for both and GitLab Dedicated with Japanese, German, and French translations:

  • Securing Customer Data Report
  • GitLab Technical Paper - Securing GitLab's Supply Chain
  • CAIQ
  • ISO Certificate
  • ISO 27001 Summary Letter
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Sisense Incident

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GitLab is aware of a recently reported data breach at Sisense. GitLab does not currently use Sisense for, GitLab Dedicated, or GitLab self-hosted deployments.

GitLab is a former customer of Sisense and at the termination of our contract in March 2024, GitLab rotated secrets as part of our routine security operations. Out of an abundance of caution following the reported data breach, GitLab followed Sisense's recommended remediation measures on 2024-04-11.

We have taken additional measures to identify any unauthorized usage of Sisense related keys, tokens or credentials within GitLab and have not uncovered any suspicious activity to date.

Please reach out if you have any further questions.

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The and GitLab Dedicated CAIQs have been updated to the latest version, 4.0.3. Please use the STAR Registry link on GitLab's Trust Center to view and download the latest version of the questionnaire.

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ESG Card Updated

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GitLab has updated the ESG card for both and GitLab Dedicated! To learn more about how GitLab addresses Environmental, Social, and Governance concerns, please visit our trust center.

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GitLab Critical Security Release: 16.7.2, 16.6.4, 16.5.6 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE)

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Today we are releasing versions 16.7.2, 16.6.4, 16.5.6 for GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE).

These versions contain important security fixes, and we strongly recommend that all GitLab installations be upgraded to one of these versions immediately. is already running the patched version.

Please see the release post for important details and instructions.

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