We identify potential security threats to your business

is the process of identifying potential security threats to your business


Threat Modeling

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Threat modeling is the process of identifying potential security threats to your business, application and then ensuring that a proper mitigation plan is in place.

The process focuses on identifying and understanding project-level risks based on the functionality of the software being developed and characteristics of the runtime environment. Based on details about threats and likely attacks against each project, the organization as a whole operates more efficiently through effective decision making and prioritization of initiatives for security. Additionally, decisions for risk acceptance are more informed, therefore better aligned to the business. By starting with simple threat models and building application risk profiles, an organization improves over time. 

Ultimately, a sophisticated organization will  maintain this information in a way that is tightly coupled to the compensating factors and pass through risks from external entities. This provides greater breadth of understanding for potential downstream impacts from security issues while keeping a close watch on the organization’s current performance against known threats.

IMQ Minded Security supports customers implementing a Threat Modeling practice into the Software Development Lifecycle performing customized training. We also perform threat modeling on new projects delivering an output with all the possible threats and countermeasures to implement immediately before the development process will take place.


Implement the right DevSecOps automation and Continuous Web Application Scanning for your needs.

consulting minded security


We are a Consultancy Company focused in supporting Companies to develop secure products.

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We performs software security analysis in white box mode and black box mode.

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Training and awareness in software security is critical for information security.