Threat modeling that doesn’t scale leaves you vulnerable to attack.

Mitigate cyber risks at scale with SD Elements’ breakthrough automated approach to threat modeling.

Learn how to automate threat modeling for a more efficient approach to security and limit manual methods to your most critical applications

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A NEW APPROACH

In today’s DevSecOps world, speed is paramount.

Traditional manual threat modeling methods are time consuming and expensive. And, as a result, are typically completed on only a fraction of your portfolio.

 

Modern businesses need to reduce cybersecurity risk early and often, quickly and at scale.

 

How?

 

THE BENEFITS

Get ahead of problems by identifying exploitable weaknesses and appropriate mitigations across your software portfolio at a much faster rate than traditional threat modeling methods.

Faster Time to Market

Enable the ultimate “shift left” and release products faster with automated threat modeling.

Scalability

Streamline your processes to reduce cybersecurity risk and improve compliance across your software portfolio.

Improved Security and Compliance

Integrate security guidance into your development workflows to make the implementation of mitigations quick and easy.

Consistency

Standardize the definition of weaknesses that can make your system vulnerable to attacks, to improve the quality and consistency of your threat models.
our process

How does SD Elements work?

Step 1: Information Gathering

Enter critical information about your technology stack, compliance requirements, and deployment environment, to paint a clear picture of your current security posture. Even with limited details about your application, the platform’s built-in logic helps you prioritize and understand your next steps, and will refine its guidance as more information becomes available.

Step 2: Expert Assessment

An advanced decision-making engine automatically identifies design-level weaknesses. It assigns a risk status, drawn from your existing security and compliance policies, which helps you and your teams identify the most critical weaknesses, so you can prioritize strategically.

Step 3: Recommendations

Requirements are turned into recommendations and controls. These trackable tasks can be easily integrated with systems you already use, like Azure Boards, VersionOne, or Jira.
The regularly updated content library also offers thousands of recommendations, mapped to regulatory standards from all over the world.

Step 4: Validation and Reports

Verify task completion through integrations with testing tools like Checkmarx, Fortify, and Veracode. In addition, attest to and demonstrate your compliance with status reports. Whether you view quick metrics or dive deeply into each project, your security experts can focus only on the most critical issues.

 

Are your current threat modeling tools scaling well?

Too many companies rely on diagrams that are inconsistent and outdated, leaving them vulnerable to attack.
SD Elements serves as the automated foundation of your threat modeling program.

 

 

GET IN TOUCH

On average, SD Elements reduces security process time by 80 percent.To automate threat modeling for better security and faster development, book a demo today.

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