We’re delighted to share the September 2022 update for Invicti Enterprise On-Demand. The highlights of this release are the improved Jira integration and a new reports option in the Jenkins integration.
Customization and visibility improvements to the Jira integration
Trusted by more than 100,000 customers worldwide, Jira is an issue-tracking software application that helps agile teams build and support world-class software. Securing websites, web applications, and APIs against vulnerabilities, Invicti has been supporting integration with Jira.
With the recent update, the Jira integration in Invicti Enterprise now offers:
- Customizable priority mapping of vulnerability severities to issues, which lets you decide how discovered vulnerabilities should be prioritized within Jira based on their severity levels
- Project-related information retrieval for the following default fields, which keeps tags and drop-down list data in sync (and manual data entry restricted to complex, custom fields):
- Assigned To
- Due Days
- Epic Link
- Security Level
For further information, see our support page on integrating Invicti Enterprise with Jira.
Update to the Jenkins integration
In addition to Jira, we have also updated our Jenkins integration. The updated Jenkins integration enables you to generate a wide variety of reports, from detailed technical summaries to compliance and best-practice overviews.
The Jenkins plugin now gives you the option to generate any of the following reports: Detailed Scan Report, Executive Summary, Full Scan Detail, HIPAA Compliance, ISO 27001 Compliance, Knowledge Base Report, OWASP Top Ten 2013, OWASP Top Ten 2017, PCI DSS Compliance, SANS Top 25, and WASC Threat Classification.
For further information, see our support page on integrating Invicti Enterprise with the Jenkins plugin.
For a complete list of what is new, improved, and fixed in this update, refer to the Invicti Enterprise Changelog.