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Release Notes - 2023-MAY-11


Hypersyncs and integrations

  • New Hypersync: Wiz. Users can collect proof based on the following proof types: List of Users and List of Vulnerabilities.

Program frameworks

  • New framework: ISO 17025. This framework specifies the general requirements for the competence, impartiality, and consistent operation of laboratories.

  • New framework version: TX-RAMP 2.0.

  • New framework version: Webtrust for CAs - Extended Validation SSL v1.8.

Customer delighters

  • Administrators can now import contacts. To do so, go to Settings > People, and then click Import.  A contact can still be invited to the organization as a user by clicking Invite next to their name.

  • Users can now delete tasks. To do so, go to My Work > Tasks, select one or more tasks, and then click Delete.  Like other bulk edit actions, Delete is grayed out if you don’t have permission to delete that task.

  • Changed the Starts repeating property of repeating tasks to be editable again. Previously, this property was intentionally made to be read-only. Thanks to your feedback, we learned that many users need this option!

  • Updated the left menu when it is in a collapsed state. Icon labels have been replaced with tool-tips.

  • Improved how proof works with assignments. Where a list of proof is shown, the list can now be sorted by scope name by clicking the column header. Proof can now be searched via scope name.

Addressed issues

  • Fixed an issue in the Assessments link-objects window where it wasn’t possible to filter controls by program.

  • Fixed a display bug in Assessments that caused a linked control description to be rendered with each in title case.

  • Fixed an issue where, in some cases, users couldn’t create an audit from a previous audit.

  • Fixed an issue with the Tenable Hypersync where the Asset Details proof hit an error.

  • Fixed an error that occurred while setting up the Microsoft Intune List of Devices proof.

  • Fixed an error that occurred while setting up the Jamf List of Computers proof.

  • Fixed an issue with the Jira Hypersync where the proof was not being successfully generated.

  • Fixed a timeout bug that occurred with the Crowdstrike Hypersync when collecting large amounts of data.

  • Fixed an issue where, occasionally, users reported that some modules were missing from the left menu.

  • Fixed an issue where users were sometimes unable to close tasks that had been submitted back to them.

  • Fixed an issue where users were unable to archive controls even though they should have been able to; this occurred when the control had previously been linked to a program that is now archived.

  • Fixed an issue in the new link-objects window (used when you add to the “Affected objects” field of Issues) where entering symbols like "(" would cause an unexpected error.

  • Fixed an issue where proof added to an issue didn’t appear in the Proof Picker.

  • Fixed an issue with controls where remediated issues were being treated as active, such as showing up in the Issues past due field of the health panel.

  • Fixed an issue with control export for organizations with scope assignments enabled, where the values of custom fields set to “Independent” behavior (i.e. each scope assignment can have its own value) were not exported.

  • Fixed an issue where risk export to XSLX was missing residual likelihood and residual impact columns.

  • Fixed a problem with Risk Register cards where the number of risks included archived risks instead of just active risks.

  • Fixed a display bug with the Risk Register Details page where the description field overwrote the risk mapping chart with narrow browser windows.

  • Fixed an issue where the Testing status icon color for controls was not updating to red when set to ineffective.