In episode 74 of the Cybersecurity Minute, Rob Wood explains how threat modeling can enhance financial automation projects.
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00:08 — Rob discusses the relationship between the CFO and the CISO when it comes to financial automation projects. These projects can get unwieldy.
00:29 — Organizations can throw compliance at financial automation. Compliance makes things safer. It definitely does not help make them faster.
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00:51 — One thing Rob has found effective when trying to do something big and complex is talking through the lens of a threat model.
01:07 — To develop a threat model, ask questions such as: What is the thing? What are the data flows? Who are the threat actors? What could go wrong?
01:55 — Threat modeling is a powerful tool that Rob encourages people to use to their advantage.
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