SABSA - Security Architecture for TOGAF

Industry Standard Security Architecture Framework

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SABSA Logo Conexiam recommends SABSA as the starting-point for security architecture. Conexiam’s staff were key contributors to the SABSA/TOGAF White Paper, which recommended the integration of TOGAF and SABSA as leading best practice to secure all architectures.

Dave Hornford serves on The SABSA Institute Board of Trustees

SABSA

The SABSA Model At the heart of the SABSA method is the SABSA Model, a top-down approach that drives the SABSA Development Process. This process analyses the business requirements at the outset, and creates a chain of traceability through the SABSA Lifecycle phases of ‘Strategy & Planning’, ‘Design’, ‘Implement’ and ongoing ‘Manage and Measure’ to ensure preservation of the business mandate. Framework tools created from practical experience, including the SABSA Matrix and the SABSA Business Attributes Profile, further support the whole method.

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SABSA / TOGAF Guide part of TOGAF 9.2 Body of Knowledge

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TOGAF vs. SABSA merging the techniques

If you take nothing else away, Business Attributes Profiling are the most powerful tool for creating translated, standardised and ‘normalised’ set of business requirements.

Like other excellent reference tools, the taxonomy provides a checklist of possibility. Instead of brainstorming from a blank piece of paper, you can start with a standard list. Spend your time on analysis. Decide whether a given attribute should be included. Once included, identify the metrics that that explain performance targets.

TOGAF vs. SABSA Next Steps

Start with the SABSA whitepaper. It will provide a solid introduction to SABSA. Once you are comfortable with SABSA, look at Integrating Risk & Security within Enterprise ArchitectureIntegrating Risk & Security provides the core guidance of tying a SABSA-based approach for Security Architecture with best-practice Enterprise Architecture.

TOGAF considers security architecture is a cross-cutting domain. Every domain has risk and security aspects.

TOGAF, SABSA & Navigate

We integrated SABSA's risk model and the Business Attributes Profile techniques into Conexiam Navigate.

SABSA & Navigate Content Framework

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When linking to agile software development, the same question is asked, what they should the team assist in answering. Some of the alignment is driven by what the enterprise architecture team is designed to support.

  1. defining the agile approach
  2. guiding the backlog in sprint
  3. constraining the sprints
  4. solving for cross product dependency

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