Nov. 15, 2023, 4:55 p.m. | MalBot

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As the use of zero-trust architecture grows, it's becoming apparent to threat modelers that if they want to reap benefits, they will need to modify their existing practices to do it. 

With classic threat modeling, born from the fortified-perimeter school of cybersecurity, the trusted boundary divides protected assets and trusted users from threats and adversaries. Zero trust scraps that idea. And it can also be used to bolster application security, or AppSec.

Chris Romeo, CEO of the threat modeling startup …

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