Join us for XConf Unplugged: London

Talk: Secure Design with Threat Modelling

XConf Unplugged is a community for technologists. We'll keep you plugged in and up-to-date with breaking technology changes, updates and news. This event is the fourth in our series and is focused on security in software development.

No-one needs convincing that they need to write secure software and deal with their users' data responsibly anymore. But there's a steep learning curve on the topic of security, as the number (and profile) of threats seems to just keep climbing – everything from organised crime and government spying to teenagers who attack systems "for the lulz" – it can all be pretty overwhelming.

Threat Modelling provides a set of techniques that help you identify and address the most important threats in both design and in delivery. While only part of a strategy to stay ahead, when used in conjunction with other techniques in your secure software delivery lifecycle, Threat Modelling can help to keep your system secure.

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Join us for an evening of learnings and discovery that can make a real impact on your daily work.

Please see a more detailed agenda below.

Event Details

ThoughtWorks London

76-78 Wardour St, Soho, London W1F 0UR
Doors open at 6.00pm, 22nd Nov, 2018


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Agenda

6.00 - 6.30pm

Welcome drinks and nibbles

6.30 - 7.15pm

Secure Design with Threat Modelling - Jim Gumbley, ThoughtWorks and Fraser Scott, Capital One

What does Threat Modelling look like and how is this growing in importance for the software development cycle? Our subject matter experts help uncover the answers to these questions with some real-life case studies.
7.15 - 8.30pm

Threat Modelling Interactive Workshop

Put your ‘new thinking’ into action with our Threat Modelling interactive workshop, to solve real-life case studies with fellow like-minded individuals. You'll leave this exercise with a greater understanding of how to make use of Threat Modelling in your delivery team.

8.30pm

Networking