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Over the past few months, we’ve been working closely with customers who use Snyk alongside various issue trackers as a way of managing their vulnerability remediation process. The most popular ask has been an integration with Jira so that a Snyk vulnerability or license issue’s progress can be tracked, from disclosure, to assignment to the relevant person, and finally to remediation. We wanted to help speed up that workflow, and make raising a Jira issue as quick and easy as possible.
One of our most frequent feature requests recently has been for the ability to generate an API token that isn't tied to a particular user. We're really excited to be able to now offer our Pro and Enterprise customers the ability to create Service Accounts – a special type of user that has an API token associated with it.
We’re extremely humbled and honored to have Gartner name Snyk as a May 2018 Cool Vendor in Application and Data Security!
The most common way for Snyk users to find out that they have an issue in their project is via our email alerts. It’s a core part of our service, but until recently, we didn’t have much in the way of configuration around what types of issues would trigger an email alert. As we scale our language support, enabling you monitor more projects in Snyk, we want you to feel better informed about the types of issues that matter to you, while making less noise about the issues that don’t.
We’ve just launched a new feature for our Pro and Enterprise Plan customers that adds an additional layer of hierarchy to make it possible to split your organisation in Snyk into teams, who can manage different projects. This has been a popular request from our customers and we’ve been building and refining it for months. We’re very excited to now be able to offer it.
Ignoring security issues shouldn't be the default action, but it is sometimes necessary. Snyk only validates vulnerabilities that exist in dependent components, so it has a relatively low false-positive rate (which should reduce the need to ignore), but there are still reasons why you may wish to suppress an issue.
The Snyk API gives you access to all the issues associated with a given project. In this post, you'll learn how to use the API to fetch the organisations you have access to, the projects for a given organisation, and all the issues for a given project.