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MSDN Webcast: Advances in Threat Modeling (Level 300)        
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Over the past two years, Microsoft has learned a great deal about how to make threat modeling more useful to non-security engineers. Tune in as we cover some of those advances, including better data flow analysis, better threat identification, attack surface analysis and reduction and finer grained analysis. The motto for threat modeling is now, "Do DFD, turn crank." Come see what we mean and understand how you can identify your threats to build more secure systems. This session was one of the top-rated breakout sessions (DEV280) from Tech·Ed 2005 in Orlando, Florida.

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