Izar Tarandach

Most interested in where Threat Modeling is going, how to make it work for agile teams, and most importantly, how to do it effectively without depending on security experts. Contributor to PyTM, a Pythonic way of doing threat models (https://github.com/izar/pytm)

Participating sessions details

TitleDescriptiontypeWhenTimeActing as
TM Track Introduction
State and future of threat modelingWhat is the current state of TM and where do we need to go?working-sessionWedAM-1participant
Towards a unified way of describing threat modelsA presentation and discussion of a new language to describe a threat modelworking-sessionThuAM-1participant
Threat Model Cookbook Project (Part 1)Kick off of the OWASP Threat Model Cookbook Projectworking-sessionTuePM-3participant
Threat Model Cookbook Project (Part 2)Let's add some threat models to the project!working-sessionWedPM-3participant
Creating a generic diagram of a threat modelCreating a generic diagram of a threat modelworking-sessionTuePM-1participant
Incremental Threat ModelingHow to scale Threat Modelingworking-sessionThuPM-1participant

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