SABSA at Work – SABSA Applied to an Undersea Data Centre

The latest in the SABSA at Work stream of publications, SW103 – SABSA Applied to an Undersea Data Centre, authored by Robert Laurie, has been released for SABSA members. This case-study covers examples of SWOT analysis, security risk identification and analysis, business opportunity analysis, the SABSA Assurance Model, SABSA Business Attributes, Domain Modelling and Information Flows. Robert is the 2018 […]

The Attributer’s Blog – Patched

In the previous issue of this article we looked at the SABSA Business Attribute ‘Risk Managed’, taking the very highest level ‘helicopter view’. In this issue we shall examine a detailed technical example – looking from the bottom up, rather than from the top down. Software patching is a standard security measure for maintaining the integrity of IT systems, and […]

The Attributer’s Blog – Risk Managed

Ever since the very first version of the SABSA Business Attributes taxonomy developed in early 2000, one of those attributes has been ‘risk managed’. Fourteen years later one might ask the question: “What does that mean? Surely SABSA is all about risk management. One might as well say SABSAised.” Yes, that would be a fair comment, because the evolution of […]