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Threat Modelling

Threat modeling is the process used to identify security requirements by reviewing a diagram of the information technology architecture. The threat surface is the sum total of all the ways a threat can cross the boundary.

In this discussion post, you will use threat modeling to secure your residence.

Please respond to the following in a post of 150 – 200 words:

Address each of these threat modeling steps to secure your residential system:

Step 1: Identify security objectives.
Step 2: Identify assets and external dependencies.
Step 3: Identify trust zones.
Step 4: Identify potential threats and vulnerabilities.
Step 5: Document your threat model.
Note:

In your post, be sure to explain how physical, logical, and administrative aspects of threats may interact.

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