The latest in the SABSA at Work stream of publications, SW104 – The Problem-solving Framework Applied to Humankind, authored by Maurice Smit, has been released for SABSA members. This SABSA Masters Thesis aims to show SABSA can be applied to any scenario, in any kind of industry, to any kind of subject. Maurice is Deputy Chief Architect and a Trustee […]
Hiroshi Sasaki’s webinar about Promoting Executive awareness by applying the SABSA Framework to explain the importance of OT cybersecurity to executives, and promoting IT and OT convergence with all stakeholders across the enterprise, is now available on-demand for Institute Members.
The next instalment in our webinar series has been announced for 24 March. Security Architect Alex Parkinson will present on SABSA Architecture in Mission Critical Systems Engineering Projects. Full Overview & Registration
In the past months, as everybody has witnessed and experienced first-hand, our lives – the way we love, work, live, communicate, commute, to name a few, have changed. Change for some has been a little, for others change has been 180 degrees. Work has stopped for some, for others business has thrived. Nicholas Taleb wrote, in his 2001 book Fooled by […]
The recent SABSA Institute webinar – Evolution-informed Security Architecture – Using Wardley Mapping for Situational Awareness and Decision Making, is now available on-demand for Institute Members.
The SABAC Working Group, lead by Esther Schagen-van Luit, is hosting a webinar on May 22 to provide more information of the purpose of the SABAC (SABSA Business Attributes Catalogue) Working Group and to discuss the current Attributes repository and SABAC’s call to the community for Attributes which launched on 21 April. Full Overview & Registration
There’s a lot of work being put into the concepts of Zero Trust Architectures to deliver more defendable systems. While NIST has provided guidance for US Federal Agencies in Special Publication 800-207, The Open Group is independently reviewing the concept of Zero Trust for its ongoing development of TOGAF in addition to working with NIST on the implementation of a […]
The Working Group This Working Group will bring together a group of security architects, to develop a security overlay for the ArchiMate® 3.1 modelling language. Following review by The Open Group’s ArchiMate® Forum, this overlay will be offered to the ArchiMate® modelling community as a considered contribution of SABSA practitioners & subject-matter experts. Goals The advancement of the practical application […]