Threat Modeling - Using the DIPP Method (Detect, Identify, Protect, Prevent)

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Threat modeling is a process that is essential for organizations to use to combat threats, and for mitigating risks. Threat intelligence is a component that can be applied as a method for use with threat modeling to ensure that all risks and vulnerabilities are being properly assessed and techniques are used to protect assets. In this podcast, we'll discuss threat modeling and implementing threat intelligence to identify threat behavior and eliminate risks.

Tanisha L. Turner

Senior Security QA Engineer – Security Engineering Productivity, Elastic

Security Strategy & Architecture

risk & vulnerability assessment threat intelligence hackers & threats

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