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Threat Modeling

Designing for Security

Adam Shostack

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The only security book to be chosen as a Dr. Dobbs Jolt Award Finalist since Bruce Schneier's Secrets and Lies and Applied Cryptography!
Adam Shostack is responsible for security development lifecycle threat modeling at Microsoft and is one of a handful of threat modeling experts in the world. Now, he is sharing his considerable expertise into this unique book. With pages of specific actionable advice, he details how to build better security into the design of systems, software, or services from the outset. You'll explore various threat modeling approaches, find out how to test your designs against threats, and learn effective ways to address threats that have been validated at Microsoft and other top companies.
Systems security managers, you'll find tools and a framework for structured thinking about what can go wrong. Software developers, you'll appreciate the jargon-free and accessible introduction to this essential skill. Security professionals, you'll learn to discern changing threats and discover the easiest ways to adopt a structured approach to threat modeling.
* Provides a unique how-to for security and software developers who need to design secure products and systems and test their designs
* Explains how to threat model and explores various threat modeling approaches, such as asset-centric, attacker-centric and software-centric
* Provides effective approaches and techniques that have been proven at Microsoft and elsewhere
* Offers actionable how-to advice not tied to any specific software, operating system, or programming language
* Authored by a Microsoft professional who is one of the most prominent threat modeling experts in the world
As more software is delivered on the Internet or operates on Internet-connected devices, the design of secure software is absolutely critical. Make sure you're ready with Threat Modeling: Designing for Security.

Adam Shostack is a principal program manager onMicrosoft's Trustworthy Computing Team. His experience as anoperational systems manager and product developer at companies fromstartups to Microsoft ensures this book is practical and grounded.He helped found the CVE, the Privacy Enhancing TechnologiesSymposium, and more.


Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 624
Erscheinungsdatum 25.04.2014
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-118-80999-0
Verlag John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Maße (L/B/H) 23.5/18.9/3.2 cm
Gewicht 1057 g
Abbildungen black & white illustrations, black & white tables, figures
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  • Introduction xxi
    Part I Getting Started 1
    Chapter 1 Dive In and Threat Model! 3
    Chapter 2 Strategies for Threat Modeling 29
    Part II Finding Threats 59
    Chapter 3 STRIDE 61
    Chapter 4 Attack Trees 87
    Chapter 5 Attack Libraries 101
    Chapter 6 Privacy Tools 111
    Part III Managing and Addressing Threats 123
    Chapter 7 Processing and Managing Threats 125
    Chapter 8 Defensive Tactics and Technologies 145
    Chapter 9 Trade-Off s When Addressing Threats 167
    Chapter 10 Validating That Threats Are Addressed 189
    Chapter 11 Threat Modeling Tools 203
    Part IV Threat Modeling in Technologies and Tricky Areas 215
    Chapter 12 Requirements Cookbook 217
    Chapter 13 Web and Cloud Threats 243
    Chapter 14 Accounts and Identity 253
    Chapter 15 Human Factors and Usability 293
    Chapter 16 Threats to Cryptosystems 333
    Part V Taking It to the Next Level 353
    Chapter 17 Bringing Threat Modeling to Your Organization 355
    Chapter 18 Experimental Approaches 385
    Chapter 19 Architecting for Success 407
    Appendix A Helpful Tools 421
    Appendix B Threat Trees 429
    Appendix C Attacker Lists 477
    Appendix D Elevation of Privilege: The Cards 501
    Appendix E Case Studies 511
    Glossary 533
    Bibliography 543
    Index 567