Enterprise Architecture

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As information security is a business issue and not only protects information and information systems but also supports business and organizational objectives, enterprise architecture is a means for security professionals to understand the organizational structure and processes.

Enterprise Architecture Frameworks

Zachman

The Zachman Framework, created by John Zachman in the 1980s, then working for IBM, is NOT a methodology for constructing an enterprise architecture but a tool for describing the enterprise.

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TOGAF

The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF), developed starting in 1995 by The Open Group, is a framework for enterprise architecture. It provides a set of tools for developing a broad range of different architectures, e.g. business, applications, data, and technical architecture.

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Enterprise Models

McKinsey 7-S Framework

Value Chain

 

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