Proactive secure development — increasing speed to market while reducing risk.

SD Elements helps identify, translate, and track your team’s completion of software security requirements.

Proactive secure development — increasing speed to market while reducing risk.

SD Elements helps identify, translate, and track your team’s completion of software security requirements.

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PROACTIVELY REDUCE RISK

Frustrated by requests to integrate security and compliance during development?

It can be a constant struggle to understand and inject software security requirements.


From making sense of complex requirements to ensuring compliance with changing regulations, the process of getting secure software to market is time consuming and prone to errors.

THE BENEFITS

Could your organization benefit from increased consistency, efficiency, and speed to market when developing software?

Secure Development Benefits with SD Elements

Speed to
Market

Improve the speed of development by automatically identifying relevant risks and controls in minutes, and assigning easy-to-understand tasks to DevOps teams right in their issue tracking tools with SD Elements.

Scalability

Scale the implementation of secure coding and deployment standards across your entire portfolio by enabling a self-service approach to security. This will also help in improving collaboration and reducing friction between DevOps and security teams.

Consistency

Ensure consistency in identifying security requirements, and boost productivity by automating security guidance and creating actionable tasks for DevOps teams.

Traceability

Easily trace the completion status of security activities at any time in the software development life cycle, and instantly gain insights into your risk and compliance posture.

Software Security

Significantly reduce risks by automating your processes with SD Elements. It also improves your security posture, and can eliminate more than 92% of vulnerabilities.

Security Awareness

Enhance your DevOps teams’ security awareness by enabling them to learn about security best practices while coding through our bite-sized, engaging just-in-time training modules.

Our Process

Four-Step Secure Development with SD Elements

Step 1: Information Gathering

Whether directly, or through integrations, SD Elements quickly collects vital details about your technology stack, deployment environment, and compliance requirements.

 

Even if you are only able to provide limited details, SD Elements’ dynamic survey and built-in logic can automatically identify and help prioritize your next steps, refining its guidance as more data is added over time.

Step 2: Expert Assessment

Automatically identifying risks, threats, and potential weaknesses based on the information gathered, SD Elements helps you to understand your overall risk level, based on your pre-existing policies.

With this information, you can take a more strategic approach to managing application security, without creating queues, backlogs, or affecting time to market.

Step 3: Recommendations

SD Elements turns security and compliance requirements into recommendations and controls for your team. These can be integrated with your existing trackers like VersionOne, Jira, or Azure Boards.

Our always-evolving content library contains thousands of expert recommendations and aligns with regulatory standards from around the globe. SD Elements draws on this library to ensure that your compliance recommendations are always up to date.

Step 4: Validation and Reports

Track security task completion through SD Elements and integrations with tools such as Fortify, Veracode, or Checkmarx.

View quick metrics or instantly create status reports using your SD Elements’ dashboard, or gather granular information about each project, identifying where your security experts’ focus is most needed.

GET IN TOUCH

Did you know that 75% of commercial codebases have at least one security vulnerability?

In addition, according to a recent OSSRA report from Synopsys, almost 49% of the codebases have high-risk security vulnerabilities.   Significantly reduce vulnerabilities by developing software with SD Elements now.
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Need to integrate security into software development without delays, compromise, or friction?

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