Architecturally-based process flow diagrams help organizations understand their attacker population

Architecturally-Based Process Flow Diagrams

Threat modeling is catching on. Increasingly organizations are realizing that securing DevOps projects as early as possible – preferably during the initial white boarding – not only reduces risk, it makes good business sense. For some time now agile DevOps workflows have included static and dynamic scans, issue tracking, and other tools to help ensure[…]

ThreatModeler JIRA Plugin

Introducing the ThreatModeler JIRA Plugin

SecDevOps is all about pushing security left with tools that automate the integration between security and DevOps teams working in an agile environment. Ideally, that left-shift will go as far as integrating security considerations into the architect’s white boarding stage. Implementing this left-shift with ThreatModeler is rather easy. ThreatModeler’s diagramming canvas works from an architectural[…]

secure online banking

Secure Online Banking with Threat Modeling

Financial institutions are consistently in the top-five list of cyber attack targets, with the greatest increase in data breach risk coming from outside hackers.[i] Customer financial records and associated personally identifying information are high-value commodities on the dark web. Nonetheless, consumers expect banks and other financial institutions to provide secure online services and access. Creating sufficiently[…]

ThreatModeler Benefits

How ThreatModeler Benefits Key Stakeholders

ThreatModeler Benefits for… Executives / CISOs With ThreatModeler, they’re able to: Meet application security policy objectives by adopting a scalable, repeatable, collaborative, and automated process organization-wide to promote consistency, enforce security requirements, and reduce overall risk exposure. Map application security policies to security requirements to drive, track, and measure security initiatives using dashboards, reports, trends,[…]