June 2018 – NCSC embraces SSD mobile
The Dutch NCSC has published the security requirements for mobile applications, as developed by the SDD initiative.
June 2016 – SSD available in English
All the main SSD publications are now available in English: the method, the requirements and the mobile requirements.
May 2016 - SSD manifesto success
23 public and private organizations have now signed the manifesto that connects organizations actively applying Grip on SSD.
January 2016 – SSdm launched
CIP has launched 19 security requirements for mobile applications (SSDm).
May 2015 - English requirements
The SSD security requirements are now available in English.
November 2014 - SSD Practitioner community
Around twenty public and private organizations that support the Grip on SSD initiative have joined to start the ‘SSD practitioner community’. The purpose of this group is to meet periodically to share best/good practices of SSD implementations and to continue to work on the initiative.
16 January 2014 - SSD launch
CIP, the Dutch Center of Information security and Privacy has launched a recipe for development of secure software. At the iBestuur Conference this new method was offered this to the Dutch Central Government CIO Dion Kotteman by Marcel Koers (UWV), Rob van der Veer (Software Improvement Group) and Ad Reuijl (director of CIP). They have been involved in the inception of this method that describes how an organization gets grip on the development of secure software.