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Hello! Welcome to Threat Modeling Connect! We’re a community of like-minded people interested in threat modeling. Our mission is to make threat modeling a standard practice in software development and beyond.As a community, we come together to collaborate, share, and help each other grow through peer discussions, expert content, hands-on events, and free-to-use sources or/and resources. Why join Threat Modeling Connect?Don’t threat model alone ;) More than 80%* of threat modeling practitioners reported that the main source of support they currently receive is internally within their organizations. It’s our goal to make threat modeling a less siloed activity by connecting practitioners like yourself to share, learn, and upskill together. Who is Threat Modeling Connect for?Whether you are in year one or year 21 of your journey, as long as you’re interested in threat modeling and eager to improve your practice, we believe Threat Modeling Connect will be a great place for you. What is in
Hello, hola, hallo, guten tag, bonjour, shalom…community!One of the most exciting parts of your journey in Threat Modeling Connect is the opportunity to meet and work closely with the best and brightest (and kindest!) threat modeling professionals around the world. Let’s greet each other and share:Where you work, live, and your current role Your threat modeling experience, challenges, expertise - whether you’re just beginning or further down the journey, we’d love to hear more of your story Where we can find you if you’re not threat modelingWe’ll get to know each other more along the way. This is just the beginning of something great :)
The inaugural Threat Modeling Connect hackathon was a success! More than a competition, it was a community initiative where we celebrated and practiced “doing threat modeling over talking about it,” one of the key values underscored by the Threat Modeling Manifesto. We want to take a moment to thank everyone who participated, from those who joined us at the kick-off, to those who attended the workshops, to those who completed the entire challenge, to our workshop leaders @Chris Romeo, @Kim, to our mentors @AviD, @Jeroen V, @fixbits, @jt.infosec, @Mark Merkow,@Zoe Braiterman, and to our expert judges @Adam Shostack, @Brook Schoenfield, @izar, @purpleanchovy, @Sebastien Deleersnyder. It’s because of all of you that our inaugural hackathon was made possible.And now, without further ado, here is the Threat Modeling Connect Spring 2023 Hackathon Winning Team!🎉 Congratulations to Team 4! 🎉Captain: Mariia Tiurina (@Therapy) Teammate: Atul Chaturvedi (@Atulc) Teammate: Emette Ahava Cohen Do
Hello community!We’re excited to announce the release of points, leaderboard, and ranks ! 🎉Points - You’ll start earning points for different activities performed in the forum (such as creating a post, replying to posts, receiving “likes” from others, and more.) Leaderboard - Top five members with the most points earned each week will entered the leaderboard on the community homepage. There’s an all-time leaderboard, too!Ranks - Unlock new levels as you participate in the forum. Posts, replies, likes received, likes given…etc all contribute to moving up your ranks. Your ranks will be displayed at the bottom corner of the your avatar. 🏆 😎 It’s time to showcase your threat modeling expertise, support your peers, engage in conversations in the discussion forum while having a little more fun! Pro tip: Subscribe to the general discussion forum to be notified of new posts, so you won’t miss a beat on what’s going on in the forum.“Subscribe” to receive notifications for new posts.
As we wrapped up the Spring 2023 Hackathon, we wanted to celebrate the achievements of all the successful hackers in our community: the great teamwork you demonstrated, the excellent leadership, organization, and communication skills you displayed, and, of course, the quality threat models you created.🥳 As @Chris Romeo, the Security Threat Model workshop leader, mentioned:Everyone wins in the case of a hack-a-thon, because everyone learns and gets better at threat modeling.🤩 Also noted by @izar, one of the judges:It was extremely rewarding and instructive to compare the different entries and approaches.We’re excited to released two exclusive Hackathon badges:The Champion badge - to the winning team The Hacker badge - to the teams with successful submissions Eligible members should have received the badges in your member profiles!Congratulations again, hackers! #keepthreatmodeling!Behind the badges…shoutout to @aeftimie - the brand manager of Threat Modeling Connect - who des
*🎁 Giveaway!*We recently reached 500 members in our community! It’s an exciting milestone for a young community like ours being around for just four months. And we wanted to celebrate with you - our community members!We will do a “spin the wheel” at this month’s community meetup and give away two signed copy of @Adam Shostack’s latest book “Threats: What Every Engineer Should Learn From Star Wars” to lucky community members. 🎁 How to enter to win 🎁Attend the April Community Meetup and be present when your name is called.Register now »
Thank you all for joining our first meetup today. It was great to learn from everyone what threat modeling means to you and exchange key learning of starting a threat modeling program.🤗 Huge shoutout @Michael Bernhardt for facilitating this great discussion. Is there anything that’s been discussed that you’d like to learn more about? ⬇️ Share in the comments below and let’s keep the conversation going! 📅 Join our next monthly meetup!**Limited seats available. Secure your spot today!**
When you join Threat Modeling Connect, you join a community of threat modeling practitioners from all over the world who believe thorough and widely applied threat modeling is absolutely critical if we want secure technology in the future.The guidelines below help keep Threat Modeling Connect a helpful, safe, and thriving community for everyone. Our MissionThreat Modeling Connect brings together threat modeling practitioners of all experience levels to collaborate, share, grow, and make threat modeling a standard practice. Our ValueBe GenerousWe all have a part to play in making this community a better place by stepping up to help others learn and grow in their career without asking for anything in return.Be RespectfulWe relish the diversity of our beliefs, backgrounds, and experiences that broadens our perspectives. Even when we disagree with each other, we do it respectfully.Be Open-MindedWe’re always curious about new ideas and viewpoints and open to challenging our own assumptions
About this community Posting in the community Other community features Content guidelineAbout this community What is Threat Modeling Connect? We’re a community of like-minded people interested in threat modeling and on a mission to make threat modeling a de facto practice in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). As a community, we come together to learn, share, and help each other grow through forums, events, expert content, and free-to-use threat modeling resources. Who is hosting Threat Modeling Connect? Threat Modeling Connect is a community hosted by IriusRisk, a Spain-based SaaS company specializing in threat modeling automation tools. However, Threat Modeling Connect returns to IriusRisk’s open-source roots and is committed to connecting and supporting all threat modeling practitioners, regardless of the tools or methodologies they choose. Posting in the communityWho can post in Threat Modeling Connect? Every registered community member can post in the forums. Only commu
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