As cybercriminals access increasingly sophisticated tools and techniques, organizations must develop comprehensive security frameworks and risk mitigation strategies. However, many modern defense strategies are still built on a reactive response to threats rather than a proactive approach that identifies potential risks before they become a problem.
Threat modeling has emerged as a way to proactively identify vulnerabilities and anticipate threats before they become significant issues. This approach allows organizations to go beyond simply responding to incidents as they happen and enable them to create more comprehensive security strategies that anticipate and prevent future attacks.
What is Threat Modeling?
Threat modeling . . .