The Attributer’s Blog – Shellshocked

This time we shall look at an undesirable SABSA Attribute, the name of which is, of course, a piece of irony, a way to draw attention to an extensive systemic problem by looking at a recently discovered example of a software bug, nicknamed ‘Shellshock’. For those who might have missed the news on this, the nickname applies to a vulnerability […]

The Attributer’s Blog – Future Ready

In this issue we take another Business Attribute from the SABSA Business Attributes Taxonomy, looking this time towards the future. What kind of security architecture shall we need to align with new and upcoming business models as they evolve? How shall we be ready for the future? In the previous issue we pointed to the emergence of ‘everything as a […]