SABSA Foundation – Course Outline
SABSA Foundation course overview including topics covered, competency objectives and examination & certification requirements.
SABSA A1 – Risk, Assurance & Governance – Course Outline
SABSA A1 course overview including topics covered, competency objectives, Practitioner learning approach and examination & certification information.
SABSA A3 – Architecture Design & Development – Course Outline
SABSA A3 course overview including topics covered, competency objectives, Practitioner learning approach and examination & certification information.
Practical SABSA using Modelling Tools – Course Outline
Practical SABSA using Modelling Tools course overview including course structure, a detailed course agenda and the background on tooling to be used.
The SABSA White Paper (W100)
An executive summary of the SABSA Method, it’s tools, techniques and concepts.
Architecting a Secure Digital World White Paper (W101)
An introduction to SABSA for people who are new to the topic, providing a high-level overview and describing the benefits of adopting the methodology for architecting a secure digital business.
SABSA Risk Management: The Meaning of Risk White Paper (W102)
An introduction to the SABSA view of ‘risk’ from a philosophical and existential point of view.
SABSA – TOGAF Integration White Paper (W117)
A White Paper by The Open group SABSA-TOGAF Integration Working Group comprising a joint effort by The SABSA Institute and The Open Group Architecture and Security Forums.
The SABSA Matrices 2018 Release Notes (R101)
An update to the SABSA Matrix™ and the SABSA Management Matrix™ in 2018 and an analysis of the changes made in that update.
Integrating Risk and Security within a TOGAF Enterprise Architecture (G152)
An Open Group Guide addressing how to integrate considerations of security and risk into an Enterprise Architecture using SABSA.
Modelling SABSA with ArchiMate (T100)
This White Paper describes how security architecture concepts can be expressed using ArchiMate 3.0, the latest version of The Open Group’s widely adopted Enterprise Architecture (EA) modelling language.