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Keep up to date with the latest Threat Modeling news and insights

Subscribe now to our monthly “Threat Modeling Insider” TMI newsletter – packed full of expert advice and articles to get you started with threat modeling.

Threat modeling has always been a passion and a cornerstone of the security services we provide. It helps to identify and mitigate potential security issues early on, when they are relatively easy and cost-effective to resolve.

This week we start our monthly newsletter “Threat Modeling Insider” (TMI). With this newsletter we promise you valuable and curated content from the field of threat modeling to your inbox on a monthly basis. Topics will include a threat modeling news digest, threat modeling resources, whitepapers, templates and presentations by threat modeling authorities and from our very own Toreon experts.

Subscribe to our monthly “Threat Modeling Insider” TMI newsletter.

A sneak preview

Thursday you’ll receive our first edition of the TMI newsletter including:

Additionally we’ll share updates and news on upcoming appearances and events to catch up with the Toreon team and our training sessions.

In conclusion: interested? Subscribe now and receive your first TMI newsletter on Thursday.

 

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Toreon presents Threat Modeling workshop at SecAppDev 2019

SecAppDev is an intensive one-week course in secure application development. For the 15th year in a row, SecAppDev organizes a leading-edge software security courses for developers, one of them is Toreon’s Whiteboard hacking (aka hands-on threat modeling).

Our White Board Hacking workshops put together everyone involved, such as product owners, architects and developers, to systematically analyze the application being designed and come up with the security measures needed to make it run securely. All of this happens before a single line of code is written!

Learn more about Whiteboard hacking

At SecAppDev our CEO Sebastien Deleersnyder proposes an action-packed 1 day Threat Modeling workshop as taught at OWASP, Black Hat USA and O’Reilly Security conferences. In groups of 3 to 4, participants are challenged to threat model two real-life use cases: a REST-based web application and an on-site IoT deployment.

Registration for the 2019 edition is now closed, but you can learn more about White Board Hacking at O’Reilly Velocity (San Jose), Black Hat (Las Vegas), HITB (Singapore and Dubai) or DevSecCon (London).

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