Software Design Specifications (SDS)

The Software Design Specifications (SDS) is an important component of the SaMD development process as it provides a detailed description of the software's intended design and functionality, which is used to ensure that the software is developed in accordance with the requirements and standards, and that any potential risks associated with the software are identified and mitigated.
Controls related to this risk category are listed as below:
  • SDS 01 - Evaluation of Resilience
  • SDS 02 - System Performance
  • SDS 03 - Measurable Performance Improvements
  • SDS 04 - Evaluation of AI Privacy Risks
  • SDS 05 - Data Misuse Prevention
  • SDS 06 - AI Privacy Preservation
  • SDS 07 - AI Profiling Individuals