Join us this October 29 in Washington DC at the inaugural Threat Modeling Conference, where you can meet, interact, and connect with the top threat modeling practitioners in the industry!
Organized by the Threat Modeling Connect community, ThreatModCon 2023 brings together the brightest minds to discuss, debate, and share insights on the latest developments, trends, and best practices in threat modeling.
What you’ll get out of this conference:
Learn from the best in the industry: 10 insightful presentations featuring industry leaders in academia, private and public sectors worldwide
Threat model with guidance from top experts: 2 hands-on workshops to put your knowledge into practice and gain feedback from leading experts
Connect with fellow threat modeling practitioners: Enjoy plenty of hallway conversations (as we know that’s where meaningful connections happen) as we intentionally keep the conference small
Stay ahead of the curve: Come away with the latest trends, tools, and strategies in threat modeling, helping you stay ahead of the curve as you navigate the constantly-changing cybersecurity landscape
Code of Conduct for ThreatModCon
- Perform all professional activities and duties in accordance with all applicable laws and the highest ethical principles;
- Promote the implementation of and promote compliance with standards, procedures, controls for application security;
- Maintain appropriate confidentiality of proprietary or otherwise sensitive information encountered in the course of professional activities;
- Discharge professional responsibilities with diligence and honesty;
- Communicate openly and honestly;
- Refrain from any activities which might constitute a conflict of interest or otherwise damage the reputation of employers, the information security profession, or the Threat Modeling Connect;
- Maintain and affirm our objectivity and independence;
- Reject inappropriate pressure from industry or others;
- Not intentionally injure or impugn the professional reputation or practice of colleagues, clients, or employers;
- Treat everyone with respect and dignity;
- Not violate the Threat Modeling Connect trademarks, copyrights, or licenses;
- Provide proper attribution to avoid plagiarism and copyright infringement, both within and outside of Threat Modeling Connect;
- Ensure work submitted to Threat Modeling Connect is entirely yours and not copied, whole or in part, without proper attribution or permission;
- Abide by all provisions in applicable Threat Modeling Connect Foundation organizational documents, agreements, and policies (i) requiring adherence to applicable export laws, including the export control rules and regulations of the United States; or (ii) requiring adherence to the applicable antitrust and competition laws, including the antitrust rules and regulations of the United States.
- Not engage in any intimidating, harassment, discriminatory, abusive, derogatory, or demeaning speech or actions (“harassment” includes, but is not limited to: Communication or conduct that a reasonable person in the individual’s circumstances would consider unwelcome, intimidating, hostile, threatening, violent, abusive or offensive, such communication may be related to gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, national origin, race, age, religion; it also includes stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention);
- Avoid relationships that impair — or may appear to impair — the Threat Modeling objectivity and independence; and
- Not engage in any illegal activities or commit violations of applicable law, including but not limited to the laws of the United States and its states or the European Union, that (i) could result or actually result in liability or harm to Threat Modeling Connect; or (ii) are related to your participation in ThreatModCon, including use of Threat Modeling Connect materials and publications, sponsored activities; or (iii) are related to your use of software developed in a project sponsored by Threat Modeling Connect.