Created by Derek Fisher
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 25 Lectures ( 2h 56m ) | Size: 943 MB
Securing systems from design to deployment using modern threat modeling techniques
What you’ll learn:
Foundational Concepts: Understanding the core elements of threat modeling, including assets, threats, vulnerabilities, and risks.
Methodologies: Exploring various threat modeling methodologies like STRIDE, DREAD, Attack Trees, MITRE ATT&CK and how to apply them in different scenarios.
Practical Application: Applying threat modeling techniques to real-world scenarios, software systems, or network architectures.
Tool Usage: Familiarity with tools and software used in threat modeling to streamline the process and enhance efficiency.
Risk Assessment: Learning to evaluate and prioritize risks based on their likelihood and impact, enabling effective risk mitigation strategies.
Integration with SDLC: Understanding how to integrate threat modeling into the software development lifecycle (SDLC) for proactive security.
Industry Best Practices: Studying industry best practices, standards, and compliance requirements related to threat modeling in various sectors.
Emerging Trends: Staying updated with evolving threats, new attack vectors, and the latest approaches to threat modeling
Basic Cybersecurity Knowledge: Understanding foundational concepts in cybersecurity, such as network security, encryption, access controls, and common attack vectors.
Software Development Understanding: Familiarity with software development processes, architectures, and common programming languages to comprehend the software security aspects.
System Architecture Awareness: Knowledge of system architectures, including cloud computing, distributed systems, or microservices, to assess vulnerabilities across diverse environments.
Networking Fundamentals: Basic understanding of network protocols, architectures, and components to comprehend security implications within networked environments.
Embark on a deep dive into the world of threat modeling, meticulously crafted to equip professionals with advanced skills for safeguarding systems amid ever-evolving cyber risks. This immersive course delves extensively into the complexities of attack trees, continuous threat modeling, Threagile, and cloud threat modeling, fostering a comprehensive understanding of these critical concepts.From unraveling the graphical representation of attack trees to seamlessly integrating continuous threat modeling into CI/CD pipelines, this course offers pragmatic insights and hands-on demonstrations. Master the art of navigating Threagile’s YAML files, automating threat detection, and crafting tailored mitigation strategies to navigate dynamic risk landscapes effectively.Explore the unique challenges involved in securing cloud environments, dissecting complexities in identity management, configuration security, and shared responsibilities. Dive into the Cloud Security Alliance’s innovative threat modeling cards, enabling visual insights into threats, vulnerabilities, and controls specific to cloud-based systems.Throughout this immersive journey, participants will gain a holistic perspective on threat modeling methodologies, ensuring proactive security integration into development life cycles. Embrace collaborative strategies and industry best practices to fortify systems against emerging cyber threats.Elevate your security prowess and safeguard future systems with confidence through this encompassing threat modeling course.You will learn about:1. Advanced Understanding: A deep comprehension of attack trees, continuous threat modeling, Threagile, and cloud threat modeling, allowing them to decode intricate threat landscapes.2. Practical Application: Hands-on experience in deciphering attack trees’ graphical representations, integrating continuous threat modeling into CI/CD pipelines, navigating Threagile’s YAML files, and automating threat detection.3. Tailored Strategies: The ability to craft tailored mitigation strategies suited for dynamic risk environments, ensuring systems are fortified against evolving threats.4. And much more!
Who this course is for:
Cybersecurity Professionals: Those already working or interested in working in cybersecurity roles, including security architects, analysts, engineers, and consultants.
Software Developers: Individuals involved in software development, including architects, programmers, testers, and quality assurance personnel interested in integrating security into the development lifecycle.
IT Professionals: Network administrators, system administrators, and IT managers aiming to understand threats and mitigate risks in their systems.
Compliance and Risk Management Personnel: Professionals responsible for compliance, risk assessment, and governance, seeking to understand how threat modeling aligns with regulatory requirements and risk mitigation strategies.