Mitigate software security risk. By design.
Don’t just shift left, start left with IriusRisk Threat Modeling.
Ideal for Cybersecurity professionals who require access to specific data to satisfy governance, compliance, and audit requirements.
Plus Security leaders who want deeper insights into what security work is taking up development resources.
Supply chains are always in a state of flux and evolution, interfacing with a myriad of third-party services, and to a malicious party, all these interconnected systems produce a tempting and vulnerable attack surface.
Threat modeling can help identify what could go wrong and where the core risks lie.
The biggest business benefits from our engagement with IriusRisk, particularly from a senior leadership perspective, have been the overall security improvements.
The value is twofold: first, the direct improvements to products through threat modeling, but also the knowledge gained by product teams in the process. The product teams are considering security much earlier in the design process.
IriusRisk has taken threat modeling from an inconsistent, manual process to an easily implemented security practice that we can roll out across our product portfolio.
The continuous improvement of the IriusRisk threat and control database means that we can trust that there are no gaps in our threat models and therefore our software is more resilient and secure.
IriusRisk isn’t just our tooling. We see IriusRisk as a co-creator of the successful adoption, rollout, and scaling of threat modeling, both across the organization globally, and beyond the security team to DevOps.
This partnership doesn’t stop there; we look forward to exploring the possibilities of enhanced reporting and integration with the other existing tooling in our value chain.
Maximize your current technology investments, integrate with your other tools to complement your threat modeling efforts. Including two-way integration with issue trackers.