The Intelligent Threat Engine Automated Threat Modeling Tool
The industry’s #1 automated threat modeling tool for enterprise-wide security collaboration
The #1 Threat Modeling Tool for Identifying Security Threats
The need for an automated, collaborative threat modeling tool is clear. Traditionally, security subject matter experts perform threat modeling with whiteboards or diagramming tools. The manual process requires additional inputs from domain experts who have deep knowledge of the application, system, or device being analyzed, and from those with a thorough understanding of the inner-workings of those systems’ components and protocols.
Resource and time intensive, the resultant traditional process often ends up being an academic exercise, yielding a static document with little real-world value in an era of agile and DevOps development and high-speed iterative CI/CD pipelines.
Intelligent Threat Engine (ITE)
ThreatModeler™ is the first solution to introduce an automated threat modeling system for threat modeling specifically designed for today’s demanding IT environments. The heart of this solution - the Intelligent Threat Engine (ITE) – utilizes functional information from the application’s or system’s architectural components to automatically identify all the relevant, applicable threats to each component.
It makes actionable the real-world, real-time threat intelligence contained in ThreatModeler’s Centralized Threat Library. As the ITE identifies relevant threats, it also gathers the associated security requirements, test cases, threat agents, code review guidelines, and code snippets to provide all the necessary information needed for prioritizing threat mitigation efforts and reducing organizational risk.
The ITE automatically updates each threat model with changes to application or system architecture, newly discovered or modified threats, or other modifications to the IT environment as recorded in the Centralized Threat Library. Through the IDE, threat models stay current with each iteration through the CI/CD or change in the threat landscape, identifying security threats automatically.
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