Enterprise security has continued to draw meaningful attention as society relies on a highly interconnected ecosystem. With a growing number of costly data breaches happening over the last few years, most enterprises are recognizing the need for a proactive, threat-focused approach. Threat modeling software, which allows organizations to identify threats, vulnerabilities, and mitigations at the design stage, is gaining international attention and enabling enterprise-level security early on during the software development life cycle (SDLC).

When building a threat model, organizations can create actionable outputs, allowing security experts to be persuaded through an automated threat modeling process across their current IT ecosystem.

Automated threat modeling can save countless dollars and be an effective mechanism to scale enterprise security during the early stages of product development.

The three main steps for scaling enterprise security by using a threat modeling software are:

  1. Building an architecture diagram – Understanding the architecture of a system will provide the basis for identifying security controls and components that will eventually address potential threats. The architecture diagram allows CISOs and security experts to perform trust level boundaries and evaluate the possible attack paths.
  2. Locating assets – Assets could be tangible or intangible components that need to be protected against exploitation by an adversary. Locating assets and access points are easier to do when the system is completely understood.
  3. Identifying threats – Once the first two steps have been completed, specific threats to the system can be identified. Creating a successful threat list depends on the architecture diagram developed. Large enterprises usually have a more significant threat library which allows them to center on groups of threats rather than single ones.

Implementing a threat modeling software will increase enterprise security awareness by improving their whole IT ecosystem, producing sustainable ROI and competitive advantage.

Learn more: Three Pillars of a Scalable Threat Modeling Practice

Scaling Enterprise Security with ThreatModeler

The most useful outputs to scale enterprise security stem from automated and practical platforms, like ThreatModeler. ThreatModeler’s system architecture supports a cross-functional organization-wide collaboration.

Leveraging the ThreatModeler platform, and with support from our enterprise security experts, enterprises can access their applications and outputs by signing in to their dashboard. CISOs and DevOps primarily, can rapidly measure the organization’s level of security in their system, identify unique threats by using the dashboard and identify security requirements early in the design stage.

Through integration, organizations recognize improved productivity from security and production technology while saving valuable time and money.

ThreatModeler allows enterprises to create architecture diagrams of their applications by using an existing template, wizard or by creating a diagram from scratch. The architecture diagram can be created in less than an hour by security and non-security specialists, which is one reason why ThreatModeler is known as the industry’s #1 automated threat modeling platform.

To learn more about how ThreatModeler™ can help your organization build a scalable threat modeling process, sign up for a free 10-day evaluation.


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