Well before the advent of Zero Trust and Zero Trust Architectures, The Open Group Security Forum was an advocate for securing data. Among these publications are The Open Group Dependency Modeling (O-DM) Standard, which defines how to construct a data model to manage risk and build trust on organizational dependencies between enterprises, or between operational divisions in a large organization. The Need for Data Principles White Paper explains why the Information Technology industry needs to establish a set of high-quality data principles and lists a draft base set of Data Principles (in the same vein as the 2006 Jericho Forum Commandments and the 2011 Identity Commandments). The Common Data Security Architecture (CDSA) provides access to a variety of security services through a unified programming interface. CDSA defines an open, extensible architecture in which applications can selectively and dynamically access security services.
- The Need for Data Principles
- Protecting Information: Steps for a Secure Data Future *
- Managing Network Entities in a Collaborative World †
- Smart Data for Secure Business Collaboration *
- Saving Private Data: Intrusion Attack and Response Workshop †
- Saving Private Data: Intrusion Attack and Response Workshop (inc. Full Script) †
- Is your Organization Ready to Respond to the Next Heartbleed?
- Dependency Modeling – Capturing and Sharing Organizational Interdependencies
Common Data Security Architecture (CDSA)
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