Tools Nuspire Threat Modeling Tool
Better protect your valuable assets by identifying potential threats with industry-specific intelligence.
The Nuspire approach to threat modeling combines powerful threat intelligence sources that provide data based on industry, threat groups, tactics, techniques, and procedures that are powered by expert recommendations from Nuspire.
What Makes the Nuspire Threat Modeling Tool different?
Actionable industry security insights and intelligence
Two Combined Forces
Nuspire Threat Intelligence and MITRE ATT&CK Framework
How to prepare and where to focus your security program
The revolutionary Nuspire NOC (Network Operations Center) takes the knowledge of our security experts and operationalizes it to harden network security and reduce incident response times for our clients. Our security operations centers (SOCs) provide the 24x7 monitoring needed to inform continual tuning to mature security posture over time.
Make Your Security Intelligence Actionable
Narrow Your Focus
How do you protect the right assets? By customizing your security program to your organization. Effective security programs start with understanding the environment, tactics and techniques used by an industry’s adversaries. The Nuspire Threat Modeling Tool provides a comprehensive analysis that can help you build or improve your cybersecurity program.
Detect and Mitigate Threats
Often times, it can take weeks to truly understand where to start and apply insights to your organization. The Nuspire Threat Modeling Tool will provide context to help you understand the industry threat landscape, detect threats faster, identify vulnerabilities and prioritize risks to effectively secure your organization. Once data is provided, a report and recommendations can be generated in 48 hours or less.
Be One Step Ahead
Don’t get stuck with a lack of insights. Get ahead of potential attackers with The Nuspire Threat Modeling Tool. We'll help you identify where you are most vulnerable and provide recommendations on how to best protect your business.
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Christina Richmond, Program VP, Security Services at IDC
Threat modeling is used to help organizations understand their adversaries' techniques. Understanding who is attacking your industry plays a critical role in improving an organization’s security program.