ThreatModeler Announces Version 7.0

ThreatModeler Announces Version 7.0

Bringing Machine Learning and AI, Real-Time Collaboration, and Customized Risk Calculation to the Process of Automated Threat Modeling New features substantially simplify and ensure wider adoption of automated, real-time threat modeling to enable DevOps and security...
Earthquakes, Cyber Breaches, and Mitigating Disasters through Design

Earthquakes, Cyber Breaches, and Mitigating Disasters through Design

By Archie Agarwal In an era where cyber threats are constantly evolving, relying solely on reactive security measures is inadequate. The imperative for proactive risk assessment and mitigation has never been greater. Much like CAD drawings provide a blueprint for...
Understanding the Challenges of Securing Cloud Environments That Never Stop Changing

Understanding the Challenges of Securing Cloud Environments That Never Stop Changing

The good news with deploying applications in the cloud is that you can changes things fast in response to changing demands. The bad news? The same thing: you can change things really fast. And generally speaking, fast changes and security don’t mix very well. Clouds...
Behind the AWS Shared Responsibility Model and Today’s Cloud Threats

Behind the AWS Shared Responsibility Model and Today’s Cloud Threats

It’s no secret that Amazon Web Services (AWS) helps to run a wide swath of the web’s most popular websites, services, and applications. However, the rise of cloud services has not gone unnoticed by hackers, who have broadened their scope from traditional...
How VPCs Work, and How to Integrate Them Into Identity Access Security

How VPCs Work, and How to Integrate Them Into Identity Access Security

While much of the tech world is adopting the private cloud for the added security and scalability, today’s developers typically rely on its public, less secure cousin. The reason is simple: it’s way cheaper. “Private” cloud infrastructure requires providers to assign...