Application Threat Modeling
by Rochester Security Summit on Oct 24, 2010
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As delusions of effective risk management for application environments continue to spread, companies continue to bleed large amounts of security spending without truly knowing if the amount is ...
As delusions of effective risk management for application environments continue to spread, companies continue to bleed large amounts of security spending without truly knowing if the amount is warranted, effective, or even elevating security at all. In parallel, hybrid, thought-provoking security strategies are moving beyond conceptual ideas to practical applications within ripe environments. Application Threat Modeling is one of those areas that, beyond the hype, provides practical and sensible security strategy that leverages already existing security efforts for an improved threat model of what is lurking in the shadows.
Tony UcedaVelez, Managing Director
An experienced security management professional, Tony has more than 10 years of hands-on security and technology experience and is a vocal advocate of security process engineering – a term that describes the design and development of secure processes and controls working symbiotically to create a unique business workflow. Tony currently serves as Managing Director for an Atlanta based risk advisory firm that focuses on security strategy and delivering effective means for risk mitigation and security process engineering. He has worked and consulted for the Fortune 500, as well as federal agencies in the U.S. on the topic of application security and security process engineering.
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