This page contains some resources to help you threat model.
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Elevation of Privilege (EoP) Threat Modeling Card Game is the easy
way to get started threat modeling. You can download the Creative
from Microsoft (including PDF, instructions, score card, and more!). You can buy a copy
or sometimes via ebay.
There are a growing number of derivative works, including two online versions (http://eopgame.herokuapp.com/, and https://eopgame.azurewebsites.net/), a German translation by D3tm4r, with discussion here, and OWASP Cornucopia, which is covered on my page of security games. There's also a BoardGameGeek description.
This is the keynote video from BruCon 0x06, which came together particularly well. It's titled "Threat Modeling Lessons from Star Wars." This talk captures some of the ways in which threat modeling goes wrong, ranging from "think like an attacker" to what happens if you threat model when your system is being attacked by stub fighters. (The talk runs 48 minutes with an additional 15 minutes of Q+A).
Wiley maintains a instructor companion site for threat modeling including a one hour presentation, and a syllabus and presentations for a 13 week course, a set of quizzes, and other material to help you effectively teach threat modeling. You can also request online access for evaluation.
Errata last updated: Dec 27, 2016