Nowadays cybersecurity is part of every existing technology environment, and the need to protect applications is becoming a priority for corporations and enterprises. Discussions on threat detection and prevention are increasing, as well as threat modeling methodologies to identify and mitigate those threats. Threat modeling has become a significant aspect of software security, creating awareness in development organizations to train their employees on how to use threat modeling tools.

Threat modeling is part of the design phase of every secure software development lifecycle (SDLC). Let’s create an analogy between building a threat model and building a house. In order to build a house that is secure and protected against external threats, one must look at an architectural plan to identify all possible scenarios. By identifying potential threats, such as theft, fires, or flooding, architects can create mitigation strategies to protect homeowners.

Similarly, threat modeling tools help software developers and security teams identify potential threats during the SDLC to build secure applications and prevent cyber attacks before they occur. When building a threat model, security teams create a process flow diagram architecture displaying all components and subcomponents that will make the system work.

“Not all investment is good investment. You need to know what your data security priorities are first. Without this understanding, you could be chasing a shiny object of little value.” —Todd Waskelis.

Implementing a threat modeling tool is the first step in the software development process. Security breaches impacting organizations result in business losses both financially and internally.

Threat modeling tools are unquestionably an excellent investment to secure applications and strengthen software security practices. The attack surface of applications increases on a daily basis, forcing organizations to employ the proper threat modeling tool to minimize the risks that could impact their system.

Choose The Right Threat Modeling Tool

Threat modeling tools not only keep security at the vanguard of development, but there are also many other benefits that your organization can obtain from this practice. It is essential to choose the best threat modeling tool to ensure risks will be mitigated and prevented.

Learn More: How to Choose the Right Threat Modeling Tool for Your Business

ThreatModeler is an automated threat modeling tool that strengthens an enterprise’s SDLC by identifying, predicting and defining threats across all applications and devices in the operational IT stack. This automated platform works with all types of computing environments.

To learn more about how ThreatModeler™ can help your organization build a scalable threat modeling process, book a demo to speak to a ThreatModeler expert today.


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