The SPARTA control mapper enables the user to select individual NIST controls and enhancements or ISO 27001 requirements/controls using graphical user interface. This feature is particularly useful when chaining together many controls to build a security architecture for the spacecraft. Before selecting any control, all the techniques/sub-techniques will appear in red but as the user selects control(s), the techniques/sub-techniques turn green indicating some level of coverage and risk reduction. It is important to understand that a single control has little impact on a TTP within SPARTA. Because these controls are more granular than SPARTA countermeasures in general, it will take a multitude of controls to fully mitigate a TTP. The functionality of the control mapper leverages the relationship between SPARTA countermeasures and controls that have been published under the countermeasure section of SPARTA. When done selecting the controls, the user can export the TTP graphic but more importantly the user can export the data to Excel. The Excel workbook will report the selected controls, the TTPs covered as well as the gaps in TTP coverage in respective tabs of the workbook. From a security engineering perspective, this will ensure system designers can better understand where their gaps and potential risk resides. In contrast to the SPARTA countermeasures, there are many more controls from a NIST or ISO perspective. Therefore, users can leverage the JSON creator tool to create their own custom overlays of controls vice manually selecting from the graphical interface.