Threat Modeling

Threat Modeling

What is threat modeling?

Threat modeling works to identify, communicate, and understand threats and mitigations within the context of protecting something of value.

Threat modeling can be applied to a wide range of things, including software, applications, systems, networks, distributed systems, things in the Internet of things, business processes, etc.

Defend your business against the latest cyber threats

Why threat modeling?

  • Improving security
  • Identify vulnerabilities
  • Define countermeasures
  • Mitigate threats

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Update risk exposure
Maintain an updated risk profile
Reduced attack surface
Prioritize security

Our Workflow

Define objectives

In this step, we formulate business objectives, security and compliance requirements and the business impact analysis

Chalk out the scope

Defining the technical scope of this assessment is key understanding the dependencies in the application or infrastructure

Identify threats and vulnerabilities

Finding out the potential threats of the assessment is key in understanding probable attack scenarios and perform regression analysis on security events


Recording these findings can potentially help us figure out the attack surface well and accordingly plan a mitigation plan

Risk and impact analysis

In this step we qualify and quantify the business impact. Device countermeasure identification and residual risk analysis and ID risk mitigation strategies