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The Process for Attack Simulation and Threat Analysis

(PASTA) Risk-Based Threat Modeling


What is PASTA Threat Modeling?

PASTA is the Process for Attack Simulation and Threat Analysis and is a risk-based threat modeling methodology aimed at identifying viable threat patterns against an application or system environment.

Built around the idea of addressing likely attack patterns to high impact use cases, this approach integrates extremely well into a process of risk management.

Discover how a more integrated approach to threat modeling, based upon risk analysis, can help developers, architects, security professional and risk leaders understand what is at stake.

Learn how to leverage risk centric threat modeling for improved application risk assessment efforts and how audit controls can be integrated into this process.

PASTA Threat Modeling

The Process for Attack Simulation and Threat Analysis (PASTA) provides businesses a strategic process for mitigating cybercrime risks by looking first and foremost at cyber threat mitigation as a business problem. Fill out the form below to download the guide and learn more about PASTA threat modeling:

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