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SABSA – Masterclass No 3 -Trust is Like Deodorant: (Those Who Need it the Most Never Use It)
18/09/2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
This is the third of our SABSA Masterclass Series
Title: Trust is Like Deodorant: (Those Who Need it the Most Never Use It)
Doing business successfully requires trust from the highest level of authority and governance to the lowest level of technology. But what exactly is it? What does it look like and smell like? What flavour and what colour is it? What size is it? How do we know when we have enough of it? Trust is a human property that cannot be created by technology so how do we engineer it to create trusted computer systems, processes and operations?
This session explains SABSA techniques to model demonstrable, traceable trust and ensure correct security and risk decisions at every level of the organisation.
For those of you who haven’t heard of David Lynas before, he is one of three people who co-authored “Enterprise Security Architecture” A Business Driven Approach. Better known as the Sherwood Applied Business Security Architecture model (or SABSA for short). Since the model was first published its popularity has grown into a cult following.
David Lynas is a globally renowned Enterprise Security Architect, Security Strategist, and Thought-Leader. He is also one of the foremost international authorities on the SABSA framework. With more than 25 years experience in information security, David has been invited to provide strategic advice to governments and industry clients on every continent.
In 2006 he was appointed as a Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS CITP) for “Exceptional leadership, eminence, and seniority in the field of information security.” He is also the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Computer Security Institute – the only professional from outside North America ever to receive this honour in CSI’s 33 year history.
David is the founder and chair of COSAC (www.cosac.net), a premier annual global forum for innovation and leadership in the Infosec profession. He was part of the original development team for the SABSA® framework and is co-author of Enterprise Security Architecture: A Business-Driven Approach (2006), widely regarded as the pre-eminent reference text for information security architecture professionals.