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by Andrew Clark,David Lynas,John Sherwood

ePub Enterprise Security Architecture: A Business-Driven Approach download
Author:
Andrew Clark,David Lynas,John Sherwood
ISBN13:
978-1578203185
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157820318X
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CRC Press; 1 edition (November 12, 2005)
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Enterprise Security Architecture" shows that having a comprehensive plan requires more than the purchase of security software - it requires a framework for developing and maintaining a system that is proactive. John Sherwood, active in operational risk management for more than a decade and as an information systems professional for more than 30 years, is the Chief Architect of the SABSA(r) model.

Destined to be a classic work on the topic, Enterprise Security Architecture fills a real void in the knowledge base of our industry. John Sherwood can refer to different people: John A. Sherwood. Jet-Ski Racer, World Champion 1996-1999. Hometown Mullingar, Ireland.

Название: Enterprise Security Architecture: A Business-Driven Approach. Тип издания: Отдельное издание. Основной жанр книги: Компьютерные технологии. Направления нехудожественной литературы

By John Sherwood, Andrew Clark and David Lynas. It focuses on providing a structured approach to the steps and processes involved in developing security architectures as well as considering how some of the major business issues likely to be encountered can be resolved.

By John Sherwood, Andrew Clark and David Lynas. The book benefits from not being restricted to considering particular technologies or technical solutions but concentrates on proposing a systems methodology which can be applied in whole or part to the majority of networking situations.

Enterprise Security Architecture shows that having a comprehensive plan requires more than the purchase of security software ? it requires a framework for developing and maintaining a system that is proactive. Explaining how a proactive system provides business assurance and can enable new business opportunities, this book provides a complete framework ? the SABSA model ? for developing an enterprise's security architecture. Charts and graphs, as well as descriptions of actual businesses, show how this model can be used in various situations.

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Enterprise Security Architecture shows that having a comprehensive plan requires more than the purchase of security softwareit requires a framework for developing and maintaining a system that is proactive. It provides a structured approach to the steps and processes involved in developing security architectures.

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Enterprise Security Architecture book. John Sherwood, Andrew Clark. Jul 18, 2011 Chris Mewett rated it really liked it. Security is too important to be left in the hands of just one department or employee-it's a concern of an entire enterprise.

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  • First off, I have read this book cover to cover. I have been practicing information security architecture and implementation for 10 years. I really liked the in-depth coverage of information security in general. The mapping of the Zachman Framework cells to the so-called SABSA framework is also impressive, but is simple enough to not warrant a whole chapter to be honest. But what is evident to me might not be so to the novice so I take nothing away from the author here.

    However, I am very disappointed with this book from an application of methods standpoint. I was expecting so much more.
    At the very least I expected some 'real-world' scenarios to be covered in some detail so the practitioner can use material, techniques presented in the book on the job. In several places, this book comes close to revealing the application of methodology being propounded under the trade name of SABSA but then fails to do so. Time and again, I turned over to the next page in anticipation but was left disappointed and exasperated! The author simply refers the reader to contact him for further details- well that's the point of reading the book isn't it? I bought this book for the details but left with an imitation of the Zachman Framework, which by the way is still more directly applicable to information security than SABSA in my most humble opinion. If I am wrong in having said that, it is because I did not learn how or why based on my reading of this book.

    I still give it 4 because I like to round up from 3.5- there is too much good information here for the novice for me to rate it 3.

  • The definitive guide to SABSA. If you are looking for a practical and actionable security architecture then look no further. More attainable than ITIL, SABSA provides the framework for solving security practioners vision, governance, policy and procedure concerns. It is a heavy but worthwhile read. For the aspiring CISM or CGEIT I'd say this should absolutely be on your bookshelf.

  • This was an assigned reading for a graduate course in Security Architecture. I found it to be 60 pages of content stretched across 500 pages. It seems like the authors are very proud of their work and have a lot to say about it.

  • Just what I expected. Great information

  • Enterprise Security Architecture: A Business-Driven Approach
    Pretty disappointing the kindle version only works on kindle tablets, purchased to support author then did my own conversation to Paperwhite, not that hard.

  • The Enterprise Security Architecture book plays heavily on the SABSA business model created by one of the Authors. It appears to be a good high-level large business model, and my company has adopted it.

    The problem with the approach is that it is very conceptual, and not well defined for actual business practices. I doubt any company has ever actually implemented the SABSA model in their practices yet.

    If your willing to charge ahead and define your own processes, this could be a great framework for you. The first third of the book was slow and hard for me to read, but the last two thirds were very logical for my understanding.

    Whether or not you decide to use the SABSA model, but book is great reference for a high level enterprise architect or security specialist to suggest better strategies for securing your enterprise.

  • The book is very pleasant reading both for those who are native in the information security landscape and for those of us who have worked in the security field for a long time. The book gives good instructions and examples in how to establish a business driven security architecture.

  • Loved it. Both the totality of the deliverables and process but the best part is that these Brits can write exceptionally well. Less than ten grammatical errors in a 600 page book. And that may be from my US English POV. This book is for the Don Quixote who needs to collect and organize the security pieces, catalog them, refine them and take on a windmill. I hope you like going big because that's why you better have Bill Clinton's charisma, your going to need it. Hercules cleaned the stables. Good Luck!!