How to use threat modelling to reduce your cybersecurity risk 

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20th June 2023

How to use threat modelling to reduce your cybersecurity risk 

Today’s offices are digitally sophisticated. Just about every activity relies on some type of technology and data sharing. Hackers can breach these systems from several entry points. This includes computers, smartphones, cloud applications, and network infrastructure.  

It’s estimated that cybercriminals can penetrate 93% of company networks.  

One approach that can help organisations fight these intrusions is threat modelling. Threat modelling is a process used in cybersecurity. It involves identifying potential threats and vulnerabilities to an organisation’s assets and systems.  

Here are the steps businesses can follow to conduct a threat model:  

  • Identify assets that need protection  
  • Identify potential threats  
  • Assess likelihood and impact  
  • Prioritise risk management strategies  
  • Continuously review and update the model 


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