Join Malcolm Shore for an in-depth discussion in this video Describing security requirements, part of Cybersecurity Foundations.
- Since the 1960s, information security…has been described in terms of confidentiality,…integrity, and availability.…Systems were designed to protect information…from unauthorized access to make sure…it wasn't modified without authority,…and to make sure it was available when required.…While this definition of security still exists…in some niche areas, it has for many years…been too restricting for practical use.…For example, in the mid 1970s non-repudiation…emerged as an important security requirement…for electronic commerce.…
In 2005, John Sherwood, David Lynas and Andy Clark…published a security methodology called…the Sherwood Applied Business Security Architecture,…or SABSA, to provide a framework…for developing a comprehensive architecture.…One of its key contributions has been a perspective…in which security is synonymous with business success,…and security requirements synonymous…with the protection of business outcomes.…Effective security nowadays starts with…understanding business requirements,…developing a security architecture to support them,…
By the end of this course, you'll have a greater understanding of the threats that affect private, corporate, and government networks, and the knowledge to prevent attacks and defeat them.
- Dissecting cyber risk
- Working with NIST, COBIT 5, DSS05, and other frameworks
- Exploring cybercrime
- Understanding how malware hides
- Selecting security controls
- Managing user access and identity
- Monitoring your network
- Managing incident response
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Cybersecurity Foundations
2. Cybersecurity Threats
3. Security Architecture
4. Incident Management
Responding to an incident6m 40s
Next steps1m 10s
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