Learn how to create a domain model of an enterprise, in which each domain represents a security policy perspective on the enterprise.
- [Instructor] Domains play a significant part…in the SABSA approach to security architecture.…Domains are used to represent entities…external to the enterprise,…as well as being used to model areas…within the organization.…They're a powerful technique…for understanding the linkages of security…across multiple areas.…To begin with, let's look at what we mean by a domain.…From a SABSA perspective, a domain is a set of elements…subject to a single security policy.…That policy is set by the policy authority of the domain…who is typically the most senior person…in the domain,…and the one responsible for the success…of the domain's activities.…
This person is called the domain policy authority.…He or she is accountable for the domain's business outcomes,…therefore they own the risk,…therefore they need to set the policy required…to mitigate the risk.…A domain can represent a logical set of elements,…such as a team working across the enterprise.…It can also represent a physical set of elements,…such as a site or location.…
- Designing an enterprise architecture
- Architecting security
- Designing IoT security
- Domain specific architectures
- Proximity network services
- IoT application services
- Revised conceptual architecture
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Enterprise Architecture
2. Designing IoT Security
3. Domain Specific Architectures
4. Proximity Network Services
5. Application Tier Services
6. Revised Conceptual Architecture
Bringing it all together4m 48s
What's next1m 16s
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