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'Destined to be a classic work on the topic, Enterprise Security Architecture fills a real void in the knowledge base of our industry. In a comprehensive, detailed treatment, Sherwood, Clark and Lynas rightly emphasize the business approach and show how

Security is too important to be left in the hands of just one department or employee -- it's a concern of an entire enterprise. 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.

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  • Relié: 608 pages
  • Editeur : CMP; Édition : 1 (15 novembre 2005)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 157820318X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1578203185
  • Dimensions du produit: 4,4 x 21 x 26 cm
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Par Antonios Glykas le 18 décembre 2012
Format: Relié
I bought this book for my master program. It is very good and thorough book. I needed to study on SABSA methodology.
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Sorry 18 février 2011
Par tutsi buster lizzy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
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.
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Really helpful for enterprise securty. Not a techie cookbook. 21 février 2006
Par R. Whitehead - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This is a particularly interesting book in that it proposes an approach to developing security architectures that are aligned with Business Needs. Most of the other literature that I have seen in this field seems to throw itself into technical detail and try to be a "cookbook" for techies.

The book is in two distinct parts - this first outlines the philosophy and approach of SABSA (Sherwood Applied Security Architecture) and the second draws on the authors' considerable experience in using SABSA in real-life scenarios, giving a set of "standard" services and mechanisms that should be considered when building an Enterprise Security Architecture.

If you are looking just to do techie "black box" security engineering with routers and servers then this book is not really for you. This is a book for those with a responsibility for enterprises where security can be seen as enabling the business rather than fighting it.

Like others with whom I have spoken, I liked the "quick notes" in the left hand column of every page that let's you speed read each chapter. They made it really easy to set a good insight into the subject quickly and focus on the areas that I really wanted to know more about.

One hidden gem in this book is the approach to Measuring Return on investment in security - it opened my eyes to using security as a business enabler.
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Step by step professional 15 janvier 2007
Par Biljana Cerin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
It is amazing how different books can be. I read dozens of information security management related books, but this one is only I can use in my everyday job. If you are consultant or professional CISO, this book offers tips of how to do things right and how to be efficient. It is information security management bible. Buy hardcover version because you will use it every day.
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A Book That Should Be On Every Security Architect's Desk 26 mai 2011
Par prophet - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book (and the Sherwod/Clark/Lynas philosophy) was developed in parallel to the Zachman Framework (unbeknownst to either groups). If you a familar with Zachman, you will note several consistancies here. Though some may clain this is only a conceptual read, there are many oppurtunities to take pieces of the book and apply it in daily architecture. For example, on page 88, it gives several examples of "Business Attributes" in identifying types of business drivers ranging from user, management, operational, risk management, legal/regulatory, technical strategies and business strategies attributes. Thinking these through (and identifying which key ones are important) early in the stages of security architecture help direct the design in the right way. Also, the book provides several real world examples to help illustrate the "whys".

I had the oppurtunity to attend training given by David Lynas on Enterprise Security Architecture. I would also recommend attending, as David walks through several exercises in how to apply this methodology.

In the end, if you are responsible for any security architecture, using the principles/concepts/methodologies in this book will assist in making more concious, sound, security decison making.
A must buy for the aspiring or established security architect 11 juin 2014
Par Zaphod - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
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.
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