Chapter 9

Contextual Security Architecture

The key to success in the SABSA® methodology is to be business-driven and business-focused. The business strategy, objectives, relationships, risks, constraints and enablers all tell you much about what sort of security architecture the organisation needs. This analysis and description of the business itself is called the contextual security architecture. This chapter will help you to focus on what it is you need to find out in order to construct your own contextual security architecture for your organisation.

In this chapter you will learn about:

  • How information security can enable business activities that would otherwise be too risky;
  • How digital business has developed and where it is going, and how ...

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