If it seems as though attacks are always getting better, it’s because they are. Computers, apps, networks, and connected devices are all subject to different types of threats. Systems are facing new threats from things such as voice cloning and computational propaganda. Not to mention the growing importance of threats “at the human layer.” All of this can make it hard to keep up, let alone get ahead of potential threats. So isn’t it time that the threat modeling used by security pros, developers and systems managers evolve? Join Adam Shostack as he shares his knowledge and experience on threat modeling and learn what's new and important in threat modeling today. After attending this tutorial, you will go home with actionable ways to ensure your security engineering is up to date.