If you’re already sold on threat modeling, then you’re already sold on ThreatModeler.
ThreatModeler is more representative of today’s complex architectures. It depicts how a hacker moves through your system, identifying where they’ll attack, and more importantly, what controls are required to mitigate it. The best part? ThreatModeler requires little to no security expertise, little to no learning curve and completely eliminates the expense of an outside security consultant.
ThreatModeler is as close to one-click threat modeling as there is in the market.
If you’re serious about threat modeling, ThreatModeler is your only real choice.
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Automatically see all threats based on your threat model
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Automatically update your threat model based on new threats.
Intelligent Threat Engine (ITE)
The Intelligent Threat Engine (ITE) utilizes functional information from the application, or system’s architectural components, to automatically identify all the relevant and applicable threats to each component. 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.
Automated Threat Intelligence Framework
A threat intelligence framework is a central repository for managing, detecting, and alerting users of potential threats. But, maintaining a do-it-yourself threat intelligence framework requires continuous cycles of manual reviews to security processes, along with edits to threat data feeds. This makes it inefficient not scalable. On the other hand, ThreatModeler’s Automated Threat Intelligence Framework saves businesses time from these manual processes by automatically updating threat data in real-time for effective decision making.
Threat model templates
Threat modeling efficiency is gained from saving reusable snippets–portions of threat models corresponding to frequently used application and system components saved as templates. With threat model templates retrieved from ThreatModeler’s library of templates, new threat models can be built with substantial time and money savings.
Threat model chaining
Chaining provides the detailed insight into the interactions that occur between the cyber security threat models for each application component, the supporting systems and the infrastructure.
Security in the Cloud
How do you secure a cloud environment that never stops changing? With CloudModeler.
Cloud environments are dynamic. VMs and containers get spun up and decommissioned without warning. Storage and processing are added and removed continuously. And with all that change, the cloud environment still has to be secured. That’s where CloudModeler comes in.
First, CloudModeler integrates with the cloud service provider and validates the security of your cloud environment. Then, it continues to monitor the environment for changes, producing actionable responses which enable you to generate a comprehensive analysis of the attack surface, along with the relevant security controls necessary to defend it.
CloudModeler not only increases visibility into the threats facing your cloud infrastructure, it also enables you to push security to the left in your CDCL.
Security in the Code
Using code to build your infrastructure? You’ll probably need some help with security.
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is a pretty clever idea for those in DevOps: use a descriptive coding language to automate the provisioning of IT infrastructure. The challenge is, just because you manage your infrastructure with code, doesn’t mean that infrastructure is secure. And that’s where IaC-Assist comes in.
IaC-Assist, which loads right in your IDE, enables engineers to implement security policies and controls without having to leave their coding environment. IaC-Assist identifies design flaws in code, explains the issue and provides just-in-time contextual guidance for revision. This enables DevOps teams to continuously evaluate their Infrastructure-as-Code on-the-fly, while simultaneously eliminating an entire security sprint, IaC-Assist brings security into the development environment, providing real-time guidance as DevOps teams write Infrastructure-as-Code.
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