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1) Security Architecture and Design Collapse Threat modeling may be the understanding of the way in which a threat actor (outside, inside (malicious or violent) could strike a certain advantage (process or data). The purpose of the model will be always to identify key strengths that if jeopardized or manufactured unavailable, would greatly affect business. Threat modeling at the design phase is really the only way to bake security into the SDLC. Techniques to Threat Modeling: Software-Centric: This approach involves the look of this system also certainly will be exemplified using software design diagrams such as data flow diagrams (DFD), use case diagrams, or component diagrams. This method is usually utilized to test networks and systems also has been adopted since the de-facto standard one of manual approaches to software hazard modeling. Attack Centric: It evaluates in the standpoint of an attacker. It reduces the complexity and gain
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  • Fall '15
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