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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

About the Author

Adam Shostack is a principal program manager on Microsoft s Trustworthy Computing Team. His experience as an operational systems manager and product developer at companies from startups to Microsoft ensures this book is practical and grounded. He helped found the CVE, the Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium, and more.

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