Threat Modeling
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Threat Modeling

Threat modeling is the process of optimizing application security during the development phase by identifying potential threats, logical and structural vulnerabilities in applications. News, analysis, and strategies for security practitioners around threat modeling.

Threat Modeling

Model-Driven Security

Jim Routh - Aetna  •   • 

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We Make It, You Break It: Why Enterprises Are Investing in Bug Hunters to Intentionally Hack Their Systems

Jon Green - Aruba - a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company , Craig Ingram - Heroku  •   • 

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Strength in Numbers; A Look Inside the Mind of a Hacker

Jon Green - Aruba - a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company , Sam Houston - Bugcrowd , Craig Ingram - Heroku  •   • 

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Threat Hunting, From a Model-Driven Cybersecurity Approach

Jim Routh - Aetna  •   • 

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Modelling Advanced Persistent Threats

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Arkajyoti Dutta - Ixia  •   • 

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Advanced Modeling to Identify and Combat Fraud

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Lovell Hodge - TD Bank , Jerry Jeschke - TD Bank  •   • 

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Session Contributors

Arkajyoti Dutta

Senior Manager, Engineering - Application & Security, Ixia

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Craig Ingram

Product Security Lead, Heroku

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Jerry Jeschke

SVP, Advanced Fraud Analytics, TD Bank

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Jim Routh

Chief Information Security Officer, Aetna

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Jon Green

VP and Chief Technologist for Security, Aruba - a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company

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Lovell Hodge

VP North American Fraud Analytics, TD Bank

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Sam Houston

Senior Community Manager, Bugcrowd

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