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Tuesday, February 28 • 09:00 - 10:30
Scaling Threat Modeling

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Threat Modeling is a technique used to find flaws in the design of systems. Threat modeling requires some unique skills and broad knowledge about software security in general. This poses a challenge when trying to do threat modeling on a large number of applications. In this talk, we’ll discuss some options for how to do threat modeling at scale, and address some challenges that different development environments (waterfall, agile, CD) can pose when doing threat modeling at scale.


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Andrew Lee-Thorp

Senior Consultant, Cigital
Andrew Lee-Thorp is a security consultant with over 10 years of experience cutting his teeth in development from smart cards through to high-end servers systems. He currently works as a Consultant with Synopsys where he performs code reviews, architectural risk analysis, and Android testing. Andrew's strategic focus is in developing assessment tooling and improving Android testing capability within the company. Andrew holds a postgraduate degree... Read More →



Tuesday February 28, 2017 09:00 - 10:30
Room: Van Hamaele

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