Skill Level Intermediate
- [Malcolm] In order to effectively secure a cloud deployment, we need to understand what security means in terms of the business requirements and how to achieve it in the cloud context. In this LinkedIn Learning course, we'll be looking at the Sherwood Applied Business Security Architecture, or SABSA, and how we use this to deliver a business security architecture for cloud. I'm Malcolm Shore. I'm a SABSA master security architect, and I've spent a career helping governments and businesses architect their networks and systems for security. In this course, I'll describe the main SABSA tools and techniques for normalizing business requirements, profiling risks to the business, and understanding risk ownership. We'll then look at how we mitigate risks by developing a requirements-driven cloud security architecture. Now let's get started learning how to use SABSA to architect a secure cloud.