Bringing Rapid Prototyping to the Threat Model Process

  • Date 04 Jun 2019

Bringing Rapid Prototyping to the Threat Model Process

04 Jun 2019, 15:30 - 16:15

Geek Street
Language:
English

Introduction to the Rapid Threat Model Prototyping methodology, a radical departure from standard architectural threat modeling. This new methodology allows software designers and developers to accurately and quickly risk assess their software designs at the start and during their agile-based projects.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. The problems of traditional threat modelling when applied to DevOps
  2. The elements of AGILE architecture and how they can be used for threat modelling
  3. An understanding of the refined STRIDE attack mnemonic
  4. The importance of privilege elevation threats
  5. The foundations of the Rapid Threat Model Prototyping methodology

 

Contributors

  • Geoffrey Hill

    Speaker

    Founder

    Tutamantic Ltd.

    5 years in Wall Street, I created a fair-value options pricing program and sold the results daily on the NYC Commodities Exchange.  10 years as a...

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