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Assets Import


This function allows simultaneous multiple assets creation. Just create a .csv file with the requested data below. To import asset CSV files, certain rules must be followed before importing into Conviso Platform.

When filling in the CSV file, the values must be in English and all lowercase. If you want to leave the field blank, even if it is optional, you must fill it as none.

CSV file structure

Below there are the column names with the values that must be in the file, as well as the possibilities of the fields to be filled in; otherwise, the assets will not be created automatically.

name: asset name (mandatory)

url: asset URL (optional)

description: asset description (optional)

technologies: ruby, java, php, ruby, jquery, frameworks, mobile, none, etc. (optional)

type: none, client_server, API, progressive_web_app, web, native_mobile, hybrid_mobile database, dmz, legacy, cluster node (optional)

architecture: none, monolithic, microservices, serverless (optional)

criticity: none, critical, high, medium, low (optional)

development_team: none, internal, external, internal_and_external (optional)

development_model: none, agile, waterfall, third_party (optional)

audience: none, internal, external, internal_and_external (optional)

teams: assigned team for asset access (optional)

integrations: fortify, nessus, sonarqube, none (optional)


The system integration must exist before filling in the integrations field

data_classification: none, public, non-confidential, confidential (optional)

environment: none, amazon-aws, microsoft-azure, google-cloud, ibm-bluemix, on-premise, another-cloud (optional)

life_cycle: none, production, homologation, certification, discontinued (optional)

tags: to assist you when searching (optional)

scan_type: none, server, container, SAST, DAST (optional)

You may also use this Template to assist you on creating the .csv file. Below, an example:


Importing your Assets CSV file

Log in to the Conviso Platform;

On the main menu to the left, click on Assets Management. At the panel to the right, click on the New Asset button, then select the Asset Import option on the drop-down list:


On the modal shown, browse for your custom .csv file by clicking on the Select File button. When done selecting your .csv file, click on the Send button to start the assets import to the Conviso Platform.