SABSA World – Brussels – 12th March 2019

An upcoming SABSA World event has been announced for 12th March in Brussels. Attendance is free of charge with advance registration required. Agenda: 18:00 – 18:30 – Registration & Welcome 18:30 – 19:15 – Security in the Enterprise Architecture Team (Lode Feys – Enterprise Security Architect, Euroclear) 19:15 – 20:00 – Applying SABSA to Agile (Steven Bradley – Consulting Security […]

The Attributer’s Blog – Autonomous

Gartner tells us in its Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2019(1) that autonomous things are number one in the list. Autonomous things use artificial intelligence (AI) to perform tasks traditionally done by humans. We are talking robotics on a new level of sophistication and with greater levels of autonomy than seen in previous generations of robot technology. The types […]

SABSA World London – 28th November 2018

The next SABSA World Event in London will take place on the evening of 28th November 2018. Registration is free of charge with advance registration requested. Please visit the event page to register. Agenda: 18:30 – 19:00: Registration & Refreshments 19:00 – 19:15: Welcome & SABSA World Introduction – Martin Hopkins 19:15 – 20:00: Delivering an Agile Programme using SABSA & Building the Team of the Future  – […]

SABSA At Work – How can SABSA Help Your Business?

The Institute has released a new stream of publications for members, entitled SABSA at Work. These publications will take the form of case-studies submitted by members of the SABSA community, supplemented with practical publications authored by the Institute. The first instalment is now available for download by members and is titled: Cyber Security – How can SABSA Help your Business? […]

2018 – Matt Whelan Founders’ Award

The Matt Whelan Founders’ award is given annually for the best SABSA Practitioner Examination Answer or Masters Thesis. Presented at the COSAC Security Conference in Ireland, the winner for 2018 is Mr. Robert Laurie, from Perth, Australia. Robert is pictured below receiving the award from Institute CEO David Lynas & Chief Architect John Sherwood.

The Attributer’s Blog – Provenance Assured

“Trust but verify” – Russian proverb. Earlier this year The Attributer published an article entitled ‘Fake Protected’. This new article revisits the same topic but from a different perspective. We are living in a time of increasing outbreaks of ‘fake news’ in particular, and ‘fake information’ in general. How do we establish the provenance of data and the information that […]