Access to the cryptographic keystores is limited to authorized personnel.
One of the fundamental and most important security considerations of encryption is protecting cryptographic keys, particularly private keys. This controls aims to protect the confidentiality and integrity of data for customers, GitLab team-members, and partners by limiting the number of people with access to view, modify, and create new cryptographic keys. A malicious actor with access to GitLab's cryptographic keys could decrypt all sensitive data stored and transmitted by GitLab, rending the encryption useless.
This control applies to any and all cryptographic keystores.
For detailed implementation guidance relevant to GitLab team-members, refer to the full guidance documentation.
For all reference links relevant to this control, refer to the full guidance documentation.
For examples of evidence an auditor might request, refer to the full guidance documentation.