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Many security teams still use data flow diagrams to build security into applications. But, is that the right threat modeling approach for security?
The idea behind threat modeling is simple; avoiding software flaws is more secure than fixing vulnerabilities. Learn how you can scale this approach across your organization.
Smart organizations understand that taking a proactive approach to security and providing engineering with the tools and responsibility for building secure software is more effective.
See a comparison between traditional and automated threat modeling approaches. Learn how automation can enhance security at a much faster pace.
Threat modeling is a core activity in the process of building technology that can be trusted, allowing for the critical analysis of applications, using security and engineering resources.
Threat modeling shouldn't be a roadblock to your application development process, but help you strengthen product security and improve time to market.
Is threat modeling a roadblock for security in your organization when it should be an enabler? If it is, you’re not the only one.
Risk assessments are integral to the modern organization’s success, but they’re also time-consuming and difficult to manage. Learn how you can scale threat risk assessments in your organization.
Learn how our expert platform can automate threat modeling in your organization.
Security expert, Altaz Valani's guidance on how to build cyber-resilience through threat modeling.
Traditional threat modeling is struggling to find a place in application security today. Learn how organizations are automating the process to improve security.
The process of threat modeling can be expensive and time-consuming. Learn how you can scale threat modeling to your entire application portfolio.
Our expert platform, SD Elements, fills a handful of security gaps in the modern enterprise. Learn about its use cases here.
Learn about Security Compass's course on Threat Model Express.
Learn how our client used SD Elements as their automated threat modeling tool.