The fourth appointment in a series to understand how to customize the Templates for the Microsoft Threat Modeling Tool 2016. This new article focuses on the Threat Properties, that are used to provide information on the Threat itself. We will see how to define them and why it is so important to customize the Threat Properties.Continue Reading...
Archives For Threat Modeling
The third appointment in a series to understand how to customize the Templates for the Microsoft Threat Modeling Tool 2016. This new article focuses on the Threat Types, that is how the Threats are automatically generated by the tool.Continue Reading...
The second appointment in a series to understand how to customize the Templates for the Microsoft Threat Modeling Tool 2016. This new article focuses on the Stencils, that is the Entities definition.Continue Reading...
The first article on a new series on how to create Threat Modeling Templates for Microsoft Threat Modeling Tool 2016. It shows hot to create a new Template.Continue Reading...
A new version of the Threats Manager has been just released. It addresses some bugs and introduces some usage improvements.
You can see the complete list of the fixes and download the archive from here.
The big surprise I hinted at the end of my Restarting article is out!
It is a new tool, which complements the workflow of Microsoft Threat Modeling Tool 2016, by providing features specifically designed to optimize the Mitigation experience.
The improvements in efficiency can be really huge, depending on the complexity of the model (the higher the better!), on the template and on the maturity of the organization: an estimation done with the standard template implies the possibility to optimize for 60% or more!
I have done everything I could to provide you with the best possible solution, given my limited resources: this is a project I have developed in my spare time. So, please, any costructive feedback would be much appreciated.
The details have been collected in a specific page, called The Threats Manager Tool, which can be accessed also from the menu at the top of my Blog site.
And the best thing is… that it is entirely free!