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Enterprise Threat Model

FYEO’s Enterprise Threat Model and Remediation service helps protect your company from ransomware, malware, insider threats, and more.

What is it?

An Enterprise Threat Model is a structured representation of potential threats and vulnerabilities within an organization’s digital infrastructure. It helps organizations understand the security risks they are facing, prioritize resources, and implement appropriate security measures to protect their assets. 


An Enterprise Threat Model is a crucial first step in implementing a comprehensive security program. FYEO can help your organization to proactively identify and address potential security issues and maintain a strong security posture.

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Enterprise Threat Model and Remediation Process


1.Define the scope

Determine the scope of the threat model, which could include specific systems, applications, networks, or the entire organization.


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5. Assess risks

Estimate the likelihood and potential impact of each threat-vulnerability pair, taking into account existing security controls and the organization's risk tolerance.


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2. Identify assets

Catalog all critical assets within the scope, such as sensitive data, IT infrastructure, applications, and services.



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6. Prioritize risks

Rank the risks based on their potential impact and likelihood, and develop strategies to reduce them to an acceptable level. This may involve implementing security controls, updating policies, or investing in security technologies.

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3. Identify threats

Analyzing the organization's infrastructure and processes to identify weaknesses that can be exploited by threat actors.

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7. Document and communicate

Document the threat model, including all findings and recommendations, and share it with relevant stakeholders.

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4. Identify vulnerabilities

Evaluating the likelihood and potential impact of each threat exploiting a vulnerability, considering factors such as existing security controls, historical data, and the threat landscape.

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8. Remediate

Advice on mitigation plans that include implementing security controls, updating policies, and/or investing in security technologies.


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