The Cybok project has released its v1 “Risk Management & Governance Knowledge Area”; I was a reviewer. Towards Automated Security Design Flaw Detection is an interesting paper from academics in Belgium and Sweden. Steve Lipner offers “Lessons learned through 15 years of SDL at work“ Charles Wilson has perspective on threat modeling devices in “Does…Read More Interesting Reads: Risk, Automation, lessons and more!
Trail of Bits released a threat model for Kubernetes. There’s some context from Aaron Small, who made the project happen. Continuum has a blog and a spreadsheet on threat modeling lambdas (as a category, not specific to Amazon Lambda), and also a post on threat modeling with CAPEC. Ntrepid has released a blog posts on…Read More Quick Threat Model Links October 2019
Podcast with me by OWASP’s Portland, Oregon Chapter in advance of me speaking at their meeting October 9. You can listen here.Read More OWASP Portland: Talk and Podcast
I’m excited to announce that I’m hitting my STRIDE and Linkedin has released the second course in my in-depth exploration of STRIDE: Tampering. I’m finding it fascinating to dive deep into the threats, organize my knowledge, and in doing so, hopefully help us chunk and remember what we’re learning.Read More Course announcement: Tampering in Depth!
Threat modeling isn’t one task — its a collection of tasks that build on each other to produce more valuable insights. One of the values of the four question frame is that it lets us reduce things into smaller, more assessable building blocks. And in that vein, there are a couple of new, short (4-page),…Read More Threat Modeling Building Blocks
I’m excited to be teaming up with Alpha Strike and Limes Security to deliver training in Vienna November 6-8. Details are available at Embedded Systems Security Days.Read More Training At Embedded Systems Security Days
Conflict online — bullying, trolling, threats and the like are everywhere. The media coverage is shifting from “OMG what are we doing about this?!” to “Wow, this is really hard.” (Ayup) I’ve been exploring how to engineer for these problems, and I joined Chris Romeo and Robert Hurlbut to talk about it on the AppSec…Read More Threat Modeling at Layer 8
“Safety First For Automated Driving” is a big, over-arching whitepaper from a dozen automotive manufacturers and suppliers. One way to read it is that those disciplines have strongly developed safety cultures, which generally do not consider cybersecurity problems. This paper is the cybersecurity specialists making the argument that cyber will fit into safety, and how…Read More Safety and Security in Automated Driving
Quick: are all the flowers the same species? People regularly ask me to promote their threat modeling work, and I’m often happy to do so, even when I have questions about it. There are a few things I look at before I do, and I want to share some of those because I want to…Read More Promoting Threat Modeling Work
There are a couple of new, short (4-page), interesting papers from a team at KU Leuven including: Knowledge is Power: Systematic Reuse of Privacy Knowledge for Threat Elicitation A Comparison of System Description Models for Data Protection by Design What makes these interesting is that they are digging into better-formed building blocks of threat modeling,…Read More Testing Building Blocks