Developers aren't security experts
Security experts aren't developers
Is Agile an excuse to avoid documenting requirements?
Security teams aren't geared for Agile and often become bottlenecks or impediments to progress
All the static testing, dynamic testing, vulnerability scans, and pen tests in the world won't fix fundamentally insecure designs.
Create consistent data flow diagrams based on the six most common usage patterns, or develop your own custom flow diagrams
For each pattern, develop a multi-dimensional risk profile to aid in assessing risk
Using our prebuilt but extensible library of threat types, threat actors, and threat actions, quickly develop detailed threat-risk analysis
Enable technical and business teams to collaborate on identifying appropriate, actionable control plans based on risk reduction and business impact
Our threat modeler starts by developing a multi-dimensional risk profile based on the six most common data flow patterns. For each pattern, the tool allows risk assessors to identify and analyze the threat types, threat actors, and threat actions. For each identified threat vector, the risk assessor can then apply organization-specific control plans to measure the risk reduction value of technical controls designed to mitigate the threats. The tool automatically generates inherent vs. residual risk heat maps to help visualize control plan effectiveness.
“Essentials” gleaned from high performing cybersecurity programs
Content crafted by cybersecurity experts and professional educators
Accepted practices compiled from hundreds of engagements
Agility delivered in compressed time and at reduced expense
Initial investment credited toward future enhancements
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