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IriusRisk Community Edition Hits Four Thousand Users

IriusRisk, the automated threat modeling company, has launched a new version of the free to use Community Edition for security and development teams, as the platform hits the milestone of 4,000 users.

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IriusRisk and CVE-2022-22965

IriusRisk is communicating the actions to ensure the safety of users of our application in light of the recent CVE-2022-22965 - SpringShell / RCE issues.

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Product Update: Release 4.2

We've been working very hard on improvements to the product as well as some cool new functionality. Some of the highlights in this release include: A new AWS CloudFormation API endpoint Improved login screen and Community Edition signup Major improvements to the threats and countermeasures tabs Simplified rules management 40 new AWS components

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IriusRisk launches Open Threat Model Standard under a Creative Commons License

The Open Threat Model Standard will allow greater connectivity and interoperability between threat modeling and other parts of the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC)

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How to improve secure design habits for medical devices

Shift-left security is hard, especially for medical device makers. With around 430 million connected medical devices in use across the globe, technology is a mixed blessing, specially for medical device manufacturers.

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Product Update: Release 4.1

IriusRisk 4.1 contains a brand new API endpoint for creating threat models using the Open Threat Model standard, as well as other improvements to the interface and content.

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Threat Modeling Software Features vs Architecture

Threat Modeling Software Features vs Architecture

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How to create an OTM parser

In this article we are going to create a simple Python script that parses a threat model represented as a Graphviz DOT file, and generates a threat model defined in the Open Threat Model standard.

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Introduction to the Open Threat Model standard

The Open Threat Model (OTM) standard is a generic and tool agnostic way of describing a threat model in a simple to use and understand format.

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Doubling Down on Threat Modeling

Doubling Down on Threat Modeling. When we reflect on 2021, we will see it as a landmark year for the adoption of threat modeling solutions.

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Threat modeling as a way of thinking about design flaws - Log4j case

Threat modeling as a way of thinking about design flaws - Log4j case - In this article we’d like to explore some lessons learnt regarding how we all can improve collaboration in our SDLC workflows to avoid similar flaws at design time in the future.

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