Be accountable for performing static/dynamic code testing, manual code inspection, Threat Modeling, design reviews and penetration testing of internal web applications and external partner applications to identify vulnerabilities and security defects.

More Uses of the Threat Modeling Toolkit:

  • Lead Threat Modeling with the explicit purpose of influencing design decisions to address the most likely threats to an applications security and resiliency.
  • Perform Threat Modeling, design and code review to assess security implications and requirements for the introduction of new systems and technologies.
  • Utilize cybersecurity intelligence to improve hunt and lead generation efforts through Threat Modeling.
  • Solidify expertise in applying Threat Modeling or other risk identification techniques to develop security solutions.
  • Develop Threat Modeling (threat type, impact, risk rating, counter measures, residual risks, and gap analysis) for in scope products.
  • Perform Threat Modeling, security architecture review to assess security implications and requirements to safeguard high value assets/systems.
  • Methodize: conduct Threat Modeling and static/dynamic application security testing with automated and manual testing techniques.
  • Ensure you recommend conducts Threat Modeling and develops best practices and procedures to proactively identify threat vectors and anomalies in large volumes of data.
  • Warrant that your organization access controls, penetration testing, web application security testing, vulnerability scanning, Threat Modeling, etc.
  • Make sure that your organization performs static/dynamic code testing, manual code inspection, Threat Modeling, design review and penetration testing of internal web applications and external partner applications to identify vulnerabilities and security defects.
  • Provide security guidance and oversight to engineering and operational teams by participating in design review and Threat Modeling.
  • Be certain that your organization provides oversight and participation in incident response, Threat Modeling, and threat hunting activities.
  • Drive security development lifecycle activities (architecture review, Threat Modeling, security code reads).
  • Ensure you understand Threat Modeling and general software development practices, the associated risks, and the components of a modern product security program.
  • Audit: performance of threat management, Threat Modeling, identification of threat vectors and development of use cases for security monitoring.
  • Identify: implement the technology organizations security and privacy initiatives by participating in design review and Threat Modeling.
  • Drive a secure SDLC program with the product and engineering teams, ensuring secure coding and Threat Modeling practices are adopted and taking place.
  • Establish that your organization conducts Threat Modeling and develops best practices and procedures to proactively identify threat vectors and anomalies in large volumes of data.
  • Solidify expertise in performing Threat Modeling, generating security architectural requirements to software development and product teams.
  • Confirm your organization areas of focus are mobile security testing in the various platforms, Threat Modeling, source code review, and application/infrastructure penetration testing in general.
  • Develop or support Threat Modeling (threat type, impact, risk rating, counter measures, residual risks, and gap analysis) for in scope products.

 

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