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WhatWhat youyou needneed toto dodo nextnext toto recoverrecover afterafter thethe dot-comdot-com crashcrash EnterpriseEnterprise securitysecurity architecturearchitecture isis partpart ofof thethe recoveryrecovery processprocess ...

Author: Nicholas Sherwood

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781482280920

Category: Computers

Page: 608

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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. The book is based
2005-11-15 By Nicholas Sherwood

2.1 Define Security Architecture In Securing Systems, I defined security architecture as applied information security: “Security architecture applies the principles of security to system architectures” (p. 14). Further: “There has been ...

Author: Brook S. E. Schoenfield

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781315352176

Category: Computers

Page: 222

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Any organization with valuable data has been or will be attacked, probably successfully, at some point and with some damage. And, don't all digitally connected organizations have at least some data that can be considered "valuable"? Cyber security is a big, messy, multivariate, multidimensional arena. A reasonable "defense-in-depth" requires many technologies; smart, highly skilled people; and deep and broad analysis, all of which must come together into some sort of functioning whole, which is often termed a security architecture. Secrets of a Cyber Security Architect is about security architecture in practice. Expert security architects have dozens of tricks of their trade in their kips. In this book, author Brook S. E. Schoenfield shares his tips and tricks, as well as myriad tried and true bits of wisdom that his colleagues have shared with him. Creating and implementing a cyber security architecture can be hard, complex, and certainly frustrating work. This book is written to ease this pain and show how to express security requirements in ways that make the requirements more palatable and, thus, get them accomplished. It also explains how to surmount individual, team, and organizational resistance. The book covers: What security architecture is and the areas of expertise a security architect needs in practice The relationship between attack methods and the art of building cyber defenses Why to use attacks and how to derive a set of mitigations and defenses Approaches, tricks, and manipulations proven successful for practicing security architecture Starting, maturing, and running effective security architecture programs Secrets of the trade for the practicing security architecture Tricks to surmount typical problems Filled with practical insight, Secrets of a Cyber Security Architect is the desk reference every security architect needs to thwart the constant threats and dangers confronting every digitally connected organization.
2019-12-15 By Brook S. E. Schoenfield

Security. Architecture: An. Introduction. Ulf Engel and João Gomes Porto Africa is currently experiencing a potentially significant transformation with regard to the norms and institutions governing multilateral relations on the ...

Author: Ulf Engel

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 0754676064

Category: Political Science

Page: 179

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This volume offers an informed and critical analysis of the operationalization and institutionalization of the peace and security architecture by the African Union and Africa's Regional Economic Communities (RECs). It examines the institutions that will carry the mandate forward, raises pertinent research questions for the successful operationalization of the architecture and debates the medium and long-term challenges to implementation.
2010 By Ulf Engel

A cryptographic security architecture constitutes the collection of hardware and software that protects and controls the use of encryption keys and similar cryptovariables. Traditional security architectures have concentrated mostly on ...

Author: Peter Gutmann

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387215518

Category: Computers

Page: 320

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Presents a novel design that allows for a great deal of customization, which many current methods fail to include; Details a flexible, comprehensive design that can be easily extended when necessary; Proven results: the versatility of the design has been effectively tested in implementations ranging from microcontrollers to supercomputers
2007-05-08 By Peter Gutmann

The following sample architectures are organized by network use case type (employee, guest, etc.) with each use case then covering the range of security architecture from most to least secure. The content is arranged this way with the ...

Author: Jennifer Minella

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119883074

Category: Computers

Page: 624

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Reduce organizational cybersecurity risk and build comprehensive WiFi, private cellular, and IOT security solutions Wireless Security Architecture: Designing and Maintaining Secure Wireless for Enterprise offers readers an essential guide to planning, designing, and preserving secure wireless infrastructures. It is a blueprint to a resilient and compliant architecture that responds to regulatory requirements, reduces organizational risk, and conforms to industry best practices. This book emphasizes WiFi security, as well as guidance on private cellular and Internet of Things security. Readers will discover how to move beyond isolated technical certifications and vendor training and put together a coherent network that responds to contemporary security risks. It offers up-to-date coverage—including data published for the first time—of new WPA3 security, Wi-Fi 6E, zero-trust frameworks, and other emerging trends. It also includes: Concrete strategies suitable for organizations of all sizes, from large government agencies to small public and private companies Effective technical resources and real-world sample architectures Explorations of the relationships between security, wireless, and network elements Practical planning templates, guides, and real-world case studies demonstrating application of the included concepts Perfect for network, wireless, and enterprise security architects, Wireless Security Architecture belongs in the libraries of technical leaders in firms of all sizes and in any industry seeking to build a secure wireless network.
2022-03-07 By Jennifer Minella

Discretionary access control (DAC) • Object reuse • Identification and authentication • Auditing capabilities The NT security architecture meets the C2 rating criteria by providing a trusted computing base (TCB), an objected-oriented ...

Author: Jan Killmeyer

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781135504304

Category: Computers

Page: 424

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Information Security Architecture, Second Edition incorporates the knowledge developed during the past decade that has pushed the information security life cycle from infancy to a more mature, understandable, and manageable state. It simplifies security by providing clear and organized methods and by guiding you to the most effective resources available. In addition to the components of a successful Information Security Architecture (ISA) detailed in the previous edition, this volume also discusses computer incident/emergency response. The book describes in detail every one of the eight ISA components. Each chapter provides an understanding of the component and details how it relates to the other components of the architecture. The text also outlines how to establish an effective plan to implement each piece of the ISA within an organization. The second edition has been modified to provide security novices with a primer on general security methods. It has also been expanded to provide veteran security professionals with an understanding of issues related to recent legislation, information assurance, and the latest technologies, vulnerabilities, and responses.
2006-01-13 By Jan Killmeyer

A system model that is representative of the functional aspects of security within complex solutions. 2. A systematic approach for creating security architectures based on the Common Criteria requirements taxonomy and the corresponding ...

Author: Axel Buecker

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

ISBN: 9780738486413

Category: Computers

Page: 1070

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This IBM Redbooks publication reviews the overall Tivoli Enterprise Security Architecture. It focuses on the integration of audit and compliance, access control, identity management, and federation throughout extensive e-business enterprise implementations. The available security product diversity in the marketplace challenges everyone in charge of designing single secure solutions or an overall enterprise security architecture. With Access Manager, Identity Manager, Federated Identity Manager, Security Compliance Manager, Security Operations Manager, Directory Server, and Directory Integrator, Tivoli offers a complete set of products designed to address these challenges. This book describes the major logical and physical components of each of the Tivoli products. It also depicts several e-business scenarios with different security challenges and requirements. By matching the desired Tivoli security product criteria, this publication describes the appropriate security implementations that meet the targeted requirements. This book is a valuable resource for security officers, administrators, and architects who want to understand and implement enterprise security following architectural guidelines.
2007-08-07 By Axel Buecker

The Arm Platform Security Architecture defines a software architecture and design methodology along with firmware resources and tools. These resources will enable you to design secure IoT devices that meet and exceed all the current ...

Author: Trevor Martin

Publisher: Newnes

ISBN: 9780128214732

Category: Computers

Page: 496

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Designing Secure IoT devices with the Arm Platform Security Architecture and Cortex-M33 explains how to design and deploy secure IoT devices based on the Cortex-M23/M33 processor. The book is split into three parts. First, it introduces the Cortex-M33 and its architectural design and major processor peripherals. Second, it shows how to design secure software and secure communications to minimize the threat of both hardware and software hacking. And finally, it examines common IoT cloud systems and how to design and deploy a fleet of IoT devices. Example projects are provided for the Keil MDK-ARM and NXP LPCXpresso tool chains. Since their inception, microcontrollers have been designed as functional devices with a CPU, memory and peripherals that can be programmed to accomplish a huge range of tasks. With the growth of internet connected devices and the Internet of Things (IoT), “plain old microcontrollers are no longer suitable as they lack the features necessary to create both a secure and functional device. The recent development by ARM of the Cortex M23 and M33 architecture is intended for today’s IoT world. Shows how to design secure software and secure communications using the ARM Cortex M23- and M33-based micro controllers Explains how to write secure code to minimize vulnerabilities using the CERT-C coding standard Uses the mbedTLS library to implement modern cryptography
2022-04-29 By Trevor Martin

4 4 5 Federated identity management Federated identity management introduces new challenges for security architecture; for example, naming constructs for security policy are created in one place and enforced in another.

Author: Gunnar Petersen

Publisher: Van Haren

ISBN: 9789087536732

Category: Education

Page: 162

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Information Security professionals today have to be able to demonstrate their security strategies within clearly demonstrable frameworks, and show how these are driven by their organization's business priorities, derived from sound risk management assessments.This Open Enterprise Security Architecture (O-ESA) Guide provides a valuable reference resource for practising security architects and designers explaining the key security issues, terms, principles, components, and concepts underlying security-related decisions that security architects and designers have to make. In doing so it helps in explaining their security architectures and related decision-making processes to their enterprise architecture colleagues.The description avoids excessively technical presentation of the issues and concepts, so making it also an eminently digestible reference for business managers - enabling them to appreciate, validate, and balance the security architecture viewpoints along with all the other viewpoints involved in creating a comprehensive enterprise IT architecture.
1970-01-01 By Gunnar Petersen

Information Security professionals today have to be able to demonstrate their security strategies within clearly demonstrable frameworks, and show how these are driven by their organization's business priorities, derived from sound risk ...

Author: Gunnar Petersen

Publisher: Van Haren Publishing

ISBN: 9087536720

Category: Education

Page: 162

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Information Security professionals today have to be able to demonstrate their security strategies within clearly demonstrable frameworks, and show how these are driven by their organization's business priorities, derived from sound risk management assessments. This Open Enterprise Security Architecture (O-ESA) Guide provides a valuable reference resource for practising security architects and designers – explaining the key security issues, terms, principles, components, and concepts underlying security-related decisions that security architects and designers have to make. In doing so it helps in explaining their security architectures and related decision-making processes to their enterprise architecture colleagues. The description avoids excessively technical presentation of the issues and concepts, so making it also an eminently digestible reference for business managers - enabling them to appreciate, validate, and balance the security architecture viewpoints along with all the other viewpoints involved in creating a comprehensive enterprise IT architecture.
2011-09-21 By Gunnar Petersen