Are you looking for a better way to deal with vulnerabilities in your code?

Deliver your applications securely with automated threat modeling, to help save your company time and money.

our approach

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our process

So how does SD Elements work?

Step 1: Information Gathering

SD Elements gathers vital details about your technology stack, deployment environment, and compliance requirements in minutes through a dynamic survey directly or through integrations.

 

This means that by providing relatively limited details about your application directly or via integrations with systems of record, SD Elements’ built-in logic can automatically identify and help prioritize your next steps. The guidance it provides is also refined as you add information over time.

Step 2: Developer-Centric Threat Modeling

SD Elements gathers information about your project and
automatically generates threat modeling diagrams. By automating
the generation of developer-centric software threat models, developers are able to efficiently identify threats and know exactly where to implement required countermeasures.
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Step 3: Expert Assessment

SD Elements’ advanced decision-making engine automatically identifies risks, threats, and potential weaknesses based on the information gathered.

 

It then classifies the overall risk according to your predefined security and compliance policies, so you can take a risk-based approach to managing applications without compromising time to market.

Step 4: Recommendations

SD Elements translates requirements into recommendations and controls which are seamlessly integrated with issue trackers such as Jira, VersionOne, or Azure Boards.

 

SD Elements draws from an always-evolving content library with thousands of recommendations, including code samples and test cases.

 

This library is mapped to regulatory standards from all over the world, ensuring your compliance recommendations stay current.

Step 5: Validation and Reports

SD Elements also tracks the security task completion, by integrating with testing tools like Veracode, Checkmarx, and Fortify.

 

Your dashboard helps you view quick metrics and instantly generates compliance status reports.

 

You can also drill down into each project, helping your security experts focus only on the most critical issues.

Support plans

Committed to your success.

As pioneers in Application Security, we bring over 20 years of expertise and best practice processes to ensure your program is set up for widespread adoption and long-term sustainable success. We offer Support Plans right-sized to the current needs and future goals of your organization.
our process

So how does SD Elements work?

Step 1: Information Gathering

SD Elements gathers vital details about your technology stack, deployment environment, and compliance requirements in minutes through a dynamic survey directly or through integrations.

This means that by providing relatively limited details about your application directly or via integrations with systems of record, SD Elements’ built-in logic can automatically identify and help prioritize your next steps. The guidance it provides is also refined as you add information over time.

Step 2: Expert Assessment

SD Elements’ advanced decision-making engine automatically identifies risks, threats, and potential weaknesses based on the information gathered.

 

It then classifies the overall risk according to your predefined security and compliance policies, so you can take a risk-based approach to managing applications without compromising time to market.

Step 3: Recommendations

SD Elements translates requirements into recommendations and controls which are seamlessly integrated with issue trackers such as Jira, VersionOne, or Azure Boards.

SD Elements draws from an always-evolving content library with thousands of recommendations, including code samples and test cases.

This library is mapped to regulatory standards from all over the world, ensuring your compliance recommendations stay current.

Step 4: Validation and Reports

SD Elements also tracks the security task completion, by integrating with testing tools like Veracode, Checkmarx, and Fortify.

Your dashboard helps you view quick metrics and instantly generates compliance status reports.

You can also drill down into each project, helping your security experts focus only on the most critical issues.

Interested in the benefits of automating your DevSecOps processes?

By automating key portions of your proactive manual security processes, you can speed up software releases and improve product security — all at the same time.

why now?

What value could SD Elements bring to your business?

Beyond saving you significant costs by automating your in-house processes, SD Elements ensures your compliance with the world’s toughest privacy laws, such as GDPR.

why now?

What value could SD Elements bring to your business?

Beyond saving you significant costs by automating your in-house processes, SD Elements ensures your compliance with the world’s toughest privacy laws, such as GDPR.

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