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STRIDE-LM?

  • 27 November 2023
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Hi - first post here.

I’ve been using STRIDE for some time. Heard for the first time about “STRIDE-LM” at ThreatModCon23 but was not able to pin down its definition. 

I’ve since heard two possible definitions: 

LM = Lateral Movement

or 

LM = Leaking, Masquerading

 

Is there any consensus and does anyone know the origins of this addition/extension to the classic STRIDE?

Thanks,

-Bill


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Hi @Bill Jacobs -

LM = Lateral Movement - It’s an extension to STRIDE proposed by Lockheed Martin - Microsoft Word - Threat-Driven Approach whitepaper v3.03a.docx (lockheedmartin.com) .

Best,

Don McKeown

Thanks Don. Appreciate the pointer to the LM White Paper.

-Bill

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