Educational Workshop Series
Head over to our BrightTalk channel to sign up for this free four-part series of virtual workshops. Aimed at getting you from manual threat modeling to rolling out a scalable program.
Are you already using manual threat modeling? Would you like to see the value of moving from your whiteboarding approach to automated diagramming and tooling? Would you like to learn more but are unsure where to begin?
Learning is crucial to both personal development and success for business. We are passionate about sharing threat modeling practices with as many people as possible - and we want to help you do it! Take a look at our 4-part educational workshop series below, where we have done our best to break down the steps to successfully equip you with rolling out a threat modeling program.
Videos and webinars
Getting Started with Threat Modeling - Whiteboarding Workshop
Threat modeling on a whiteboard is an effective way to visually break down and analyze the security of a system. In this workshop, Sebastien DeleersnyderSebastien Deleersnyder- CTO , Toreon, kindly explains how you can make your whiteboard efforts more beneficial with some great tips and advice.
Getting started with Threat Modeling: Diagramming Workshop
Diagramming is a familiar step in the Threat Modeling process but how can a tool help aid this process and why would you condenser using one?
In this workshop James Rabe (Senior Solutions Architect at IriusRisk) takes us through the move from manual diagramming to digital diagramming, walking us through the key steps, ease of use and time saving a diagramming tool can bring to your threat modeling process.
Getting Started with Threat Modeling: Automated Tools vs Manual Methods
In this edition of IriusRisk’s Threat Modeling Club Live! we meet with world-renowned threat modeling experts Adam Shostack and Stephen de Vries as they draw on their wealth of experience to discuss this in-depth, covering topics including:
- Why would you want to do manual threat modeling, when tooling exists?
- Why use tooling if your team is already capable of threat modeling?
- Challenges in rolling out a threat modeling program.
Getting started with Threat Modeling- Rolling out threat modeling workshop
So where do you start? Rolling out a threat modeling program can be daunting, but never fear. Broken down into six digestible sections we show you how to get started, Increase stakeholder buy-in, Scale usage across teams and demonstrate the success of rolling out your threat modeling program.
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eBook: Rolling out Threat Modeling
This guide is to share tips and tricks for rolling out Threat Modeling in your organization. This collaborative document aims to structure and provide guidance on recommended approaches to rolling out Threat Modeling beyond the security team and enable secure design at scale within engineering teams.
What is threat modeling blog?
In simplistic terms, threat modeling is a repeatable way of assessing the security of your architecture, quantifying your level/ likelihood of risk and concluding with actionable countermeasures.