ThreatModeler Standard Edition

Ideal for companies just getting started with threat modeling.

Just getting started? The Standard Edition gives you more than 25 threat model licenses to kick start your threat modeling program. With the Standard Edition of ThreatModeler, you receive all of the benefits:

Unlimited User Access

Grant your entire organization access to ThreatModeler. We won't pretend to understand who you need to involve in your process so we won't limit you.

Public Cloud Deployment

ThreatModeler can be deployed to AWS or Azure to be streamlined with your existing business needs. It's completely up to you!

Monthly Content Updates

Keep data exposure current with frequent Threat Library updates that automatically synchronize any new threats with existing threat models.

All ThreatModeler Platform Updates

Integrate with existing workflows and tools to leverage existing infrastructure and enable a technology platform.

ThreatModeler Standard Edition

Just getting started? The Standard Edition gives you more than 25 threat model licenses to kick start your security and architecture process. ThreatModeler is the industry’s first automated threat modeling solution that enables an automated, repeatable, scalable threat modeling process enterprise-wide. ThreatModeler Enterprise Threat Modeling Framework features and benefits are numerous.

ThreatModeler Framework

ThreatModeler is a annual subscription based licensed software model that includes unlimited users, with pricing based on the number of threat models to be built by the customer. Through ThreatModeler’s easy-to-understand dashboards and reporting, threat data is presented in a format that is clear, concise, and actionable, so security teams can prioritize and manage risk across their application portfolio in the most efficient way possible. And, by enabling collaboration between all stakeholders, ThreatModeler establishes a framework for organizations to build secure applications from the ground up, saving valuable time, money, and resources associated with fixing vulnerabilities in production.

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