Threat modeling is an essential skill for any type of security professional. This course is designed to give students a practical understanding of Threat modeling, covering not only the theory but immediately applicable tools and techniques including a focus on Attack Trees. Using attack trees to model threats is one of the most widely applied techniques used in threat modeling in the security development life cycle and in the overall software and systems design process. Attack trees are diagrams that depict attacks on a system in tree form. In this course students learn about threat modeling using a variety of modeling approaches including attack trees and attack libraries.
PSE200 is the third course in the Product Security Core Certificate. To complete the certificate students will also enroll in PSE050, & PSE100. Click on each course link for more details and to add to cart.
- Learn the fundamentals concepts of threat modeling and its purpose
- Understand Attack Trees and Attack Libraries
- Gain a practical understanding of threat modeling and the tools to automate it
- Apply threat modeling to improve security when managing complex systems
- Understand and implement the modern ways of scaling threat modeling
PrerequisitesProduct Cybersecurity 101 (PSE050) or equivalent experience
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Advanced Product Security Certificate Cybersecurity Track : Required
- Advanced Product Security Certificate Tamper Resistance Track : Required
- Product Security Certificate Cybersecurity Track : Core - Required
- Product Security Certificate Tamper Resistance Track : Core - Required
*Academic Unit eligibility to be determined by college/university in which you are enrolled in a degree seeking program.