Threat modeling is a technique used in software design to anticipate potential threats, identify vulnerable aspects of the system, and determine how to defend against them. Though used primarily in computer programming, the theoretical concept behind threat modeling could also apply to the design and implementation of physical security systems, such as barricades from Delta Scientific.
How Cybersecurity and Physical Security Can Converge
The White House recently declared October 2021 as Cybersecurity Awareness Month. This has come after multiple high-profile attacks on fuel pipelines, police departments, food suppliers, hospitals, and other vital infrastructure and essential services. In his statement, the president points out how cyberattacks can have real-world consequences, potentially endangering not only the livelihoods of Americans but their lives.