Tue Oct 22, 2013 9:45am EDT —
Tue Oct 22, 2013 10:30am EDT
Risk Management as input for an Enterprise Security Architecture built around the IBM Security Blueprint and O-ESA
Stefaan Van Daele, Senior Security Architect, IBM, Belgium
The IBM Security Blueprint is a technology agnostic approach to describe the security capabilities an organization needs to support its business. In the latest redbook about the IBM Security Blueprint, published in March 2013, we show how to evolve from this blueprint to an enterprise security architecture. In the provided example is the Open Enterprise Security Architecture from the Open Group leveraged to realize this. Also a practical use case for mobile devices in a healthcare environment has been worked out based on the earlier described approach.
In the presentation will be explained:
-- what is the IBM Security Blueprint and how organizations are using this to define their security strategy
-- short introduction on O-ESA
-- how can we evolve from a blueprint to a enterprise security architecture
-- practical example for one use case : mobile devices in a healthcare environment
Stefaan Van Daele is a Senior Security Architect in a world wide security team at IBM. He is been active in IT since 1988 and from 2000 he's been active in the security domain, mostly IAM and security architectures.