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Guerrilla Threat Modeling

I saw this last night, and Dana Epp has posted a pointer:

Peter Torr has done it again. He has written an EXCELLENT article on writing a practical threat model... getting rid of the cruft of useless theory and applying real-world experience to how to get it done. If you are part of a team that needs a no nonsense approach to threat modeling, you should read his article on "Guerrilla Threat Modelling". Well worth the investment in time.

I agree -- this is excellent! Read it, learn it, and think about how to apply it to your own projects.

Published Wednesday, February 23, 2005 1:23 PM by RHurlbut

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