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Threat Modeling Services
Address Security Issues Before They Make It Into Production.
Our Threat Modeling lays the foundation for sustainable, secure application development. Taking the time to understand security objectives and DevOps processes, we apply the gold standard in threat modeling frameworks, dissecting each stage of the design process, including dataflows and pre-defined trust boundaries. We then leverage our vast experience gained from thousands of offensive application engagements to identify weaknesses and threats in the design process.
With flexible service add-ons, we give you the power to customize the scope of Threat Modeling, including depth of design analysis, identification of application vulnerabilities, and opportunities to strengthen security architecture.
As a result, your organization gains critical insights into tactical and strategic mitigations that become foundational to the software development life cycle (SDLC).
Threat Modeling highlights:
Live Webcast: November 10th
What Bad Could Happen? Managing Application Risk with Threat Modeling
Shockingly, only 14% of organizations have implemented security throughout their development lifecycle, putting application security on a collision course with potential disaster. It’s no wonder that more than 40% of all security breaches can be traced back to exploited applications. But what if security could become an integral framework within the development process without slowing it down?
Tune into this webcast for tips from the experts on how to manage application risk with threat modeling.
Enhance Your DevSecOps Program
Gain strategic insight into the full context of your app environment.
We start out by defining your primary business security goals and governance requirements. Using industry best practices for threat modeling, we go beyond a simple self-assessment to decompose your SDLC process and provide detailed guidance on countermeasures to improve security.
By design, Threat Modeling is a collaborative exercise between development and security teams. Our Threat Modeling engagements maximize cross-team coordination with engaging whiteboard sessions and a workshop for stakeholders to discuss and understand the application, business objectives, and trust boundaries.
Leaving no stone unturned, our experts conduct a detailed analysis of key processes, dataflows, and trust boundaries enabling proactive identification of security issues that answer the who, what, and where an attacker could take advantage.
Leaning on the lessons learned from thousands of offensive application engagements, our experts document countermeasures and mitigations (including second and third-order) that account for the latest tactics, techniques, and procedures used in real-world attack scenarios.
Our high-quality reporting goes above and beyond static risk ratings and generic scoreboards. In addition to being fully customized to your application, your organization, and your desired outcomes, our reports offer actionable security guidance.
|Application penetration tests and threat modeling are natural partners. Because it can provide your pen tester with targeted intelligence, pairing a threat modeling exercise with a pen test offers helps maximize the value of both exercises.|
Inside the Fox Den
Meet Our Featured Fox
Managing Security Consultant at Bishop Fox
|Chris Bush is a managing security consultant at Bishop Fox. He has extensive experience in IT and information security consulting and solutions delivery, providing expertise in application security, including the performance of security assessments, security code reviews and penetration testing of client applications as well as development of security testing processes and methodologies.
Having been a contributing member of the information security community for many years, Chris has served as a volunteer for OWASP as a Technical Project Advisor, as an officer of the (ISC)2 Cleveland Chapter and has spoken at a variety of regional and national security conferences and user group meetings on subjects including secure coding, threat modeling, and other topics in software security. At Bishop Fox, Chris has been instrumental in creating application security thought leadership. He has authored blog posts on threat modeling in DevSecOps as well as the importance of secure code review in DevSecOps. Additionally, he has co-hosted webcasts focused on application security.
Chris is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the State University of New York at Buffalo and a Master of Science in Computer Science from the State University of New York at Binghamton.
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