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 +Threat modeling is an engineering technique you can use to help you identify threats, attacks, vulnerabilities, and countermeasures that could affect your application. You can use threat modeling to shape your application's design, meet your company's security objectives, and reduce risk.
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 +=== Getting Started ===
 +* [[At a Glance: Threat Modeling]]
 +* [[Cheat Sheet: Threat Modeling Web Applications]]
 +* [[Security Engineering Explained - Chapter 4 - Threat Modeling | Chapter 4 - Threat Modeling]]
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 +=== Terminology ===
 +* [[Cheat Sheet: Threat Modeling Terms]]
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 +=== How Tos ===
* [[How To: Create a Threat Model for a Web Application at Design Time]] * [[How To: Create a Threat Model for a Web Application at Design Time]]
-* [[Web Application Threat Model Template]]+ 
-* [[Web Application Threat Model Template Example]]+ 
 +=== Templates ===
 +* [[Template: Web Application Threat Model]]
 +* [[Template Example: Web Application Threat Model]]
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 +=== Walkthroughs ===
 +* [[Walkthrough: Creating a Threat Model for a Web Application ]]
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Threat modeling is an engineering technique you can use to help you identify threats, attacks, vulnerabilities, and countermeasures that could affect your application. You can use threat modeling to shape your application's design, meet your company's security objectives, and reduce risk.


Getting Started


Terminology


How Tos


Templates


Walkthroughs




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