5 Steps to Building a Scalable Threat Modeling Program for the Cloud
The need for a threat modeling program for cloud environments is fast becoming imperative for a mature security posture.Threat Modeling is vital to ensure secure SDLC. Threat modeling provides DevSecOps with a deeper contextual understanding of their various threats and an overall attack surface. ThreatModeler empowers teams to engineer security into the design phase of any system, application, or process, yielding better-educated security decisions that they communicate widely. Additionally, automated threat modeling enables your organization to achieve compliance with policies or regulatory frameworks. ThreatModeler enables teams to automatically build new threat models with an easy-to use interface, one click functionality and integrations with AWS and Azure. By moving security earlier into the design process, you get a more secure product, saving money because you won’t have to re-engineer for security later. Building a threat modeling program for the cloud can be accomplished in 5 steps. Discover how to:
- Build threat models from pre-defined templates of various AWS and Azure architectures or even create a threat model using a wizard plugin in just a couple of minutes.
- Understand the security controls required to manage overall risk exposure in AWS and Azure architectures.
- How organizations can scale their threat modeling process across their entire DevSecOps portfolio within their AWS or Azure environment.
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