Threat Modeling Designing for Security

ISBN-10: 1118809998
ISBN-13: 9781118809990
Edition: 2014
Authors: Adam Shostack
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Book details

List price: $60.00
Copyright year: 2014
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/17/2014
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 624
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.288
Language: English

The book is chock-full of specific and actionable advice, without being tied to specific software, operating systems or languages.For security professionals, the book provides the easiest way to adopt a structured approach to threat modeling. This approach is being promoted by Microsoft, and the book willprovide the easiest way to understand the changing threats and threat landscape.The book is up-to-date and covers all of the methods of threat modeling.For software developers, threat modeling is big and scary and hard to get your arms around. But as more software is delivered on the Internet, or operates on Internet connected computers, as attackers move after money, developers can no longer afford to view software security as an afterthought or as a matter of features.This bookprovides a jargon-free and accessible introduction to this important skill.For systems managers with security responsibilities, this book provides tools and a framework for structured thinking about what goes wrong. By threat modeling, they can break away from a technology centered way of threat modeling and instead focus on threats and effective operational countermeasures.The book begings with learning how to threat model, threat modeling approaches such as asset centric, attacker centric and sofware centric, then on to specifics such as threats to cryptosystems and finally moves on to more advanced areas with many examples to follow and emulate such as 3-tier web app, phone app, validation and cargo cutting.

Adam Shostack is part of Microsoft�s Security Development Lifecycle strategy team, where he is responsible for security design analysis techniques. Before Microsoft, Adam was involved in a number of successful start-ups focused on vulnerability scanning, privacy, and program analysis. He helped found the CVE, International Financial Cryptography association, and the Privacy Enhancing Technologies workshop. He has been a technical advisor to companies including Counterpane Internet Security and Debix.

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