Demonstrate Continuous Compliance With the SSDF Framework

Scribe is the first solution to focus on the PS (Protect the Software) group of practices within the SSDF. Fill in the form and get the use case now

Scribe is the first solution to focus on the PS (Protect the Software) group of practices within the SSDF

The Secure Software Development Framework (SSDF), AKA NIST SP800-218, is a set of guidelines developed by NIST in response to Executive Order 14028, which focuses on enhancing the cybersecurity posture of the United States, particularly concerning software supply chain security.

SSDF is a best practices framework, not a standard. While particularly relevant to organizations that develop software for the US government, SSDF benefits any software development organization.

This paper reviews the four SSDF practices and explains how to utilize Scribe Security to help implement them by providing tools to enable people and processes to uphold security standards in the SDLC.

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