Threat Modeling in Automotive Cybersecurity Manager Toolkit (Publication Date: 2024/02)


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  • When someone changes role or leaves your organization is the access removed?
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    • Comprehensive set of 1526 prioritized Threat Modeling requirements.
    • Extensive coverage of 86 Threat Modeling topic scopes.
    • In-depth analysis of 86 Threat Modeling step-by-step solutions, benefits, BHAGs.
    • Detailed examination of 86 Threat Modeling case studies and use cases.

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    Threat Modeling Assessment Manager Toolkit – Utilization, Solutions, Advantages, BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal):

    Threat Modeling

    Threat modeling involves considering potential security threats and ensuring appropriate safeguards are in place, even when roles change or employees leave.

    1. Regularly review and update access permissions to ensure former employees do not have access to sensitive data. (Ensures restricted access to company information)

    2. Utilize multi-factor authentication to prevent unauthorized access to systems and data. (Adds an extra layer of security and prevents account compromise)

    3. Conduct thorough background checks on employees and limit access to critical systems to only those who need it. (Reduces the risk of insider threats and data breaches)

    4. Implement role-based access controls to restrict access to certain functionalities based on an employee′s specific job responsibilities. (Minimizes the potential impact of a security breach)

    5. Invest in threat intelligence tools to continuously monitor for any potential threats and vulnerabilities. (Allows for early detection and mitigation of cyber threats)

    6. Provide regular training on cybersecurity best practices for all employees. (Ensures everyone is aware of their role in maintaining security and helps prevent human error)

    7. Utilize encryption and secure coding practices when developing software for vehicles. (Prevents unauthorized access and tampering with critical vehicle systems)

    8. Consider implementing bug bounty programs to crowdsource security testing and identify vulnerabilities. (Offers incentives for ethical hackers to find and report potential vulnerabilities)

    9. Conduct regular penetration testing to identify weaknesses and security gaps in the system. (Allows for proactive measures to be taken to strengthen security)

    CONTROL QUESTION: When someone changes role or leaves the organization is the access removed?

    Big Hairy Audacious Goal (BHAG) for 10 years from now:

    In 10 years, our goal for threat modeling is to have a system in place where access to sensitive information is automatically revoked when an employee changes roles or leaves the organization. This system will utilize advanced technology, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, to constantly monitor and analyze employee access to sensitive data. Any discrepancies or abnormalities will trigger automatic removal of access, ensuring that only authorized individuals have access to confidential information. This will greatly reduce the risk of insider threats and protect our organization from potential data breaches.

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    Threat Modeling Case Study/Use Case example – How to use:

    Case Study: Threat Modeling for Access Management During Employee Role Changes


    This case study focuses on a global company, XYZ Inc., which provides financial services to clients across the globe. The company has a large workforce and deals with sensitive financial information of its clients. As part of their security protocols, the company has implemented an access management system that ensures only authorized personnel have access to sensitive data. However, with a constantly changing workforce, the company faces the challenge of managing access to their systems during employee role changes or when employees leave the organization.

    The primary concern for XYZ Inc. is to ensure timely and effective removal of access for employees who change roles or leave the organization. Failure to manage access can result in potential data breaches, loss of confidential information, and regulatory compliance issues. Hence, the company has sought assistance from a consulting firm to implement a threat modeling approach that can effectively manage access during employee role changes.

    Consulting Methodology:

    The consulting firm used a top-down approach to understand the access management system of XYZ Inc. This involves identifying the company′s assets, potential vulnerabilities, and threats associated with the access management system. The next step was to map the current access management processes and identify gaps in the system that could potentially compromise access security during employee role changes. The consulting team then developed a threat model specifically designed to address the issue of access management during employee role changes.


    The consulting firm delivered a comprehensive threat model that outlined the potential risks associated with access management during employee role changes or when employees leave the organization. This included a detailed analysis of the company′s access control system, identification of gaps in the current system, and recommendations for strengthening access security.

    Additionally, the consulting team provided a set of guidelines and best practices for managing access during employee role changes. This included guidelines for revoking access permissions, creating access workflows, and ensuring proper documentation of access changes.

    Implementation Challenges:

    The implementation of the threat modeling approach faced several challenges. The primary challenge was the integration of the new threat model with the company′s existing access management system. This required collaboration with the IT department and ensuring all changes were within the company′s security policies and procedures.

    Another challenge was to establish effective communication between different departments to ensure timely and accurate revocation of access during employee role changes. This required a thorough understanding of the company′s organizational structure and designing access workflows that aligned with the existing hierarchy.

    Key Performance Indicators (KPIs):

    To measure the success of the threat modeling approach, the consulting firm established a set of KPIs that were monitored throughout the implementation process. These included:

    1. The percentage of successful access revocations during employee role changes.
    2. The time taken to revoke access permissions after an employee′s role change or departure.
    3. The number of unauthorized access attempts after an employee′s role change or departure.
    4. The overall improvement in access management efficiency and effectiveness.

    Management Considerations:

    The threat modeling approach not only helped strengthen access security during employee role changes but also brought about significant changes in the company′s access management processes. The management team had to take into consideration the following factors:

    1. Regular reviews and updates of the threat model to adapt to changes in the organization′s structure or access management system.
    2. Continuous training and awareness programs for employees on access management policies and procedures.
    3. Timely communication and collaboration between different departments involved in access management.
    4. Regular audits to ensure compliance with access management protocols and identify any gaps that may arise.


    Implementing a threat modeling approach for managing access during employee role changes has significantly improved access security for XYZ Inc. The consulting firm′s top-down approach and collaboration with the company′s IT department and other stakeholders have ensured a seamless integration of the new threat model with the existing access management system. Regular monitoring of KPIs has shown a significant improvement in access management efficiency, and the consulting firm continues to work with XYZ Inc. to continually improve their access management processes. This case study highlights the importance of threat modeling in managing access during employee role changes and presents a successful implementation of the approach in a real-life scenario.

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