Threat Modeling Training

Secura B.V.

It is important to ensure focus and efficiency by doing the most important security assessments on the right targets. However, what are these and how can you determine where the focus should be? Within this course our experts teach you how to do threat modeling according to the STRIDE methodology to support answering these questions. Learn how to: - Find problems when there's time to fix them - Identify the issues with the most risk first - Address Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) requirements - Deliver more secure products - Save costs

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Time & Place

18 Oct 2019 from 08:30 to 17:00
Karspeldreef 8 Netherlands

Target Audience

This training course is suitable for: - Information Security Officers; - Network Administrators; - Developers; - Software engineers; - Policy makers; - IT architects. Understanding of basic data flow diagrams and security concepts is required. No existing knowledge of threat modeling is required during the training course.


The eight-hour training course is divided in multiple sections.

Section 1: Introduction to threat modeling
The training course starts off with general introductions about threat modeling. What exactly is threat modeling, what are the benefits of it, and what are the basics of threat modeling.

Section 2: Creating a DFD-Diagram
We will create a DFD (Data Flow Diagrams) of a real-life case as an example. During the creation of the diagram we will jointly think about which aspects are important to how to create these diagrams in practice.

Section 3: Identifying threats
After creating a diagram, the threats can be identified. In this part we will introduce methods that can be used for this purpose, such as STRIDE, attack trees and attack libraries. Next, we will discuss STRIDE in more detail.

Section 4: Mitigating threats
After identifying the applicable threats, the following step is to mitigate these in a structural way and to validate whether these threats have been successfully mitigated.

Section 5: Implementing threat modeling in the Security Development Lifecycle
How can you implement threat modeling in the existing development processes and when should you perform threat modeling?

Lastly you get tips and tricks to lead efficient threat modeling sessions to get the maximum result in a short period of time.

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