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About Threat Modelling

What Is threat Modelling :

Threat modeling is a structured process used in the field of cybersecurity and software development to identify, evaluate, and mitigate potential security threats and vulnerabilities in a system or application. It is an essential step in building secure systems and helps organizations proactively address security concerns rather than reacting to security incidents after they occur.

The main steps in threat modeling include:

Threat modeling helps organizations proactively address security concerns, reduce the likelihood of security incidents, and design more secure systems from the outset. It is a valuable tool for developers, architects, and security professionals in building robust and resilient cybersecurity strategies.

Our Approach

At Cybervault, our approach to threat modeling is rooted in a structured and systematic process that prioritizes
the identification and mitigation of security risks. Our methodology encompasses the following key steps:
1
Asset Identification

Determine what assets or resources are valuable and need protection. This could include sensitive data, hardware, software, or intellectual property.

2
Identify Threats

Identify potential threats and adversaries that could target your assets. Threats can come from internal or external sources and may include hackers, employees, competitors, or natural disasters.

3
Vulnerability Assessment

Identify vulnerabilities or weaknesses in the system that could be exploited by threats. These vulnerabilities could be related to software flaws, misconfigurations, weak access controls, or other weaknesses.

4
Risk Assessment

Evaluate the potential impact of each threat and the likelihood of it occurring. This helps prioritize which threats should be addressed first.

5
Mitigation Strategies

Develop strategies and controls to mitigate or reduce the identified risks. This can involve implementing security measures such as encryption, access controls, intrusion detection, and more.

6
Documentation

Document the entire threat modelling process, including the identified threats, vulnerabilities, and mitigation strategies. This documentation is essential for future reference and for ensuring that security measures are consistently implemented.

Cybervault Methodology

We at Cybervault , using many methodology based on the specific need of the organisation
and complexity of the system being analysed such as

STRIDE

DREAD

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NETWORK SECURITY

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WEB APPLICATION SECURITY

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MOBILE APPLICATION SECURITY TESTING

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Compliance Audit

Certification & Accrediation

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