Threat Modeling STRIDE


The STRIDE threat model is a developer-focused model to identify and classify threats under 6 types of attacks – Spoofing, Tampering, Repudiation, Information Disclosure, Denial of Service DoS, and Elevation of privilege.

This model is one of the most commonly used threat modeling methodologies as its model provides important insights to be proactive in recognizing and defending important system infrastructure, devices, and networks that are susceptible to attacks.


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Pierre Tomasina
DevSecOps Consultant@PLAB CONSULTING
Consultant with 15 years in the industry, specializing in Software Development, Cloud and Cybersecurity. Experienced in the adoption of AWS Cloud provider to institutional company.
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