|Author||Jef Meijvis||Publish date||22/04/2023|
|Source||014-OWASP-cornucopia.md||Render timestamp||Dec 06, 2023, 06:08:31 AM (GMT+1)|
|Views||68||Tags||Security, OWASP, Cornucopia|
|Render timestamp||Dec 06, 2023, 06:08:31 AM (GMT+1)|
|Tags||Security, OWASP, Cornucopia|
Share this post:
Threat modeling in the context of cybersecurity is a systematic approach used to identify and evaluate potential threats and vulnerabilities in a system, application, or network. It involves analyzing the various components and interactions within a system to determine potential weaknesses that could be exploited by malicious actors.
The primary goal of threat modeling is to proactively identify and mitigate potential risks before they can be exploited. By understanding the threats and vulnerabilities present in a system, security measures can be implemented to strengthen its overall security posture.
The card game of OWASP Cornucopia integrates the act of threat modeling into an agile development environment. It allows developers and architects to identify threats in a specific application, system or feature.
Image: OWASP Cornucopia example cards
The game consists out of 6 suits, each containing 13 cards. Each suit represents a different security topic, with the Cornucopia suit representing all topics that didn't fit in another category:
The game also contains two joker cards.
Image: Example cryptography card
An instructional video can be found on the dotNETlab instructional site about cornucopia