Threat modeling: Kill chains, diamond models, and the 50-yard line

Some technology concepts grow slowly and steadily, while others, like threat modeling, seem to proliferate and mutate as if they fed on air. Threat modeling, as a whole, isn’t new—we all know that it’s impossible to design a secure system until you understand the threats to it. In other words, you need to understand the bad guy: What weaknesses the adversary sees, and how he might exploit the system.

 

 

The perfect opportunity to do this? HP Protect. September 8-11th, the very best in security will descend upon D.C. to50.jpg talk shop. It’s here, in Business Breakout 3173, “Threat modeling: Kill chains, diamond models, and the 50-yard line,” that you’ll have the opportunity to gain a bird’s-eye view of current threat-modeling theories, hear a survey of the landscape, and learn to assess which approaches work best for your business.

 

Join us! Click here to register, and visit the following link to see the entire session catalog from which you can build your agenda!  

 

We’re looking forward to seeing you at HP Protect!

Labels: DVLabs| TippingPoint
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