SD Elements automates software security requirements based on a project’s technology, business and compliance drivers. It helps eliminate security vulnerabilities before scanning begins, identifies where to focus manual security testing, scales training through Just-in-Time Training, and integrates with development teams.

Quick start

  • What’s New in 2022.3?

    • SD Elements terminology is changing. The documentation will reflect these changes, as Problems will now be referred to as Weaknesses, and Tasks will now be referred to as Countermeasures.

    • Threats have been added to the threat model diagram. Threats are created per project based on Survey answers and match conditions and can consist of multiple Weaknesses and Countermeasures.

    • Use dashboards to visualize and organize Advanced Reports, including options to set a default homepage dashboard and to pin dashboards.

    • Mark Survey questions and subquestions as having required comments.

    • Countermeasure (Task) priority levels may change as SD Elements revises its content. These changes may affect your risk policies. Ensure that you review changes to your risk policies after accepting changes from new releases.

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