The integration of Conviso Platform with Trello is done through an API, where we connect our product with Trello, which allows the creation of issues, comments, and as well as a webhook for comments made in an issue.
Trello's integration with Conviso Platform will benefit issue control management and vulnerability consolidation. With the integration performed, the customer can orchestrate vulnerability to Trello's Board.
Conviso Platform and Trello have a two-way communication, that is, if a user adds comments in the Trello discussion field, the added message will automatically appear in the Security Champions tab of the vulnerability. This allows a Conviso technician to interact with the development team that is making corrections.
In order to perform the integration, we will need 4 pieces of information:
Username used in Trello;
Log in to Trello using your Atlassian account. Next, click on your user icon at the right of the top menu bar and choose Profile and visibility under you account settings and copy your current username and store it in a text file, to easily recover it later, as shown in the following example:
Next, while still logged in, open this link at Trello. Read and accept the Trello Developer Terms and click on the Show API Key button:
Copy and save the obtained API Key in text file, to easily recover it later. Then, click at the Token link:
Authorize the application access to your account, by clicking the Allow button at the end of the form:
Copy and save the obtained token in a text file, to easily recover it later. You may now close the Token window:
Once we already get all the required information, it is time to move on to Conviso Platform. Log in to Conviso Platform, go to Integrations on the left menu, choose Defect Tracker from the right panel and then click on the Integrate button on the Trello card:
At the floating window, insert the data required that were previously obtained. When finished, click at the Save button to store your integration settings:
After saving the integration, we need to associate one or more assets with the Trello integration. Go to Assets Management, identify the asset that should be associated in the integration and click on edit icon to the right, as shown in the following example:
In the opened window, look for the field Integrations. Type
Trello to search for the Trello integration, select it and then click on the Save button:
To finish the integration, let's create an issue in Trello's Board. Go to the Vulnerabilities menu, click on the drop-down list under Actions and click on the integration name "Trello", as shown below:
To check it out if everything is working, visit the Trello Board: