ThreatModeler, a leader in threat modeling and securing cloud infrastructure from design to deployment, improves its platform for user collaboration and security with features that include CloudModeler simulations, automated threat modeling and authentication procedures.
The update unlocks a level of scale, enabling users to manage hundreds of thousands of threat models checked against more than 150 compliance frameworks.
ThreatModeler offers new CloudModeler capabilities that enable organizations to ensure fast, efficient and comprehensive threat modeling for the cloud. This includes the ability to edit cloud models to address evolving business needs, market trends or customer requirements.
Cloud model editing enables organizations to respond more quickly to changes, experiment with different configurations and optimize their cloud models for performance, efficiency and user experience.
Additionally, CloudModeler users can create simulations for cloud service architectures such as AWS, Azure and more. This capability enables organizations to understand and mitigate potential threats before deploying their applications in a live environment.
ThreatModeler also introduces a new overview panel to offer more intuitive filtering of threats based on status and risk levels, empowering organizations to identify and address high-priority security risks more effectively.
This is especially beneficial for larger organizations that must maintain an up-to-date risk profile across multiple applications. The improved decision-making capabilities provided by the overview panel enable teams to collaborate effectively and address security risks, ensuring critical risks are not overlooked.
Lastly, ThreatModeler simplifies the user experience and boosts security by enabling direct login from the Single Sign-On (SSO) dashboard, with users able to access multiple applications and services effortlessly with just one set of credentials.
This streamlined login experience improves user satisfaction and productivity while helping organizations enforce stronger authentication controls, including multi-factor authentication (MFA). This update significantly reduces the risk of unauthorized access by ensuring that only authorized individuals gain access to applications and services.