On Demand Webinar: Modeling SABSA in ArchiMate

The recent SABSA Webinar, Modelling SABSA in ArchiMate, is now available for SABSA Institute Members to view on demand. https://sabsa.org/wb102-sasba-modelling-in-archimate/ The webinar, delivered by Steven Bradley, details how security architecture models can be created using ArchiMate 3.0. For further information please see Steven’s white paper titled – T100 -Modelling SABSA with ArchiMate.

2019 Matt Whelan Founders’ Award

The Matt Whelan Founders’ Award is presented annually to the SABSA Advanced or Masters Examination student who submits the best examination answer. Presented at the annual SABSA World Congress in Ireland, hosted by COSAC Security Conference, the award is voted for by The Institute’s team of examination markers. The Institute is pleased to present the 2019 award to Michael Hirschfeld, […]

SABSA World Brussels – 7th November

A SABSA World event has been announced for Brussels on the evening of 7th November 2019. The event will feature two sessions: An Introduction to SABSA – Maurice Smit – Trustee, The SABSA Institute Applying SABSA – Steven Bradley – Consulting Security Architect, Lavender Bytes Consulting Full agenda & registration: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sabsa-world-brussels-tickets-75753573979

Modelling SABSA with ArchiMate

TSI T100 – Modelling SABSA with ArchiMate – Available on Members Pre-release.  This White Paper describes how security architecture concepts can be expressed using ArchiMate 3.0, the latest version of The Open Group’s widely adopted Enterprise Architecture (EA) modelling language. This enables an integrated approach to producing SABSA artefacts created with standard EA notations and tooling.  Visit the Members Resources […]

The Attributer’s Blog – Digitally Architected

In the world of digital transformation, things are moving quickly. The concept of zero trust has matured significantly. Now we can see a much more holistic approach, often referred to as the ‘software defined perimeter’. One of the key features is the use of secure APIs for machine-to-machine communications.  Many web applications are now bundles of microservices rather than a […]

The Attributer’s Blog – Governed

In the previous blog article (Conflicted, April 2019) The Attributer examined the potential conflict between the decisions made by autonomous systems and those made by their human operators. The case study was the alleged failure of the MCAS[1] system on the Boeing 737 Max aircraft and the part it may have played in two recent crashes of this aircraft. The […]