Wednesday, October 31, the third day of The Open Group Singapore event, started with both a TOGAF® User Group Meeting and a morning track session on Security for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Since late in 2016, The Open Group Security Forum have been collaborating with San Jose State University and Probability Management to develop a Risk Analysis tool that adheres to The Open Group Open FAIR™ Standard.
With a view to creating a tool that helps accelerate the adoption of the Open FAIR standard, the tool provides both experienced and novice risk practitioners with a practical and pragmatic tool to help analyse perceived risk in a consistent and simple to use way, whatever industry they work in. It is now ready and we are pleased to make it available to use and evaluate for free.
Corporations are faced with global competition and they need to become more agile and resilient. Enterprise Architects need to rethink how they deliver value more quickly to keep pace of change in need and change in technology. Builders are employing latest techniques in Agile and Dev-Ops. Architects and builders need to continuously think about risk mitigation.
Risk Practitioners benefit from the Open FAIR body of knowledge, and the role that The Open Group has played in creating a set of open and vendor-neutral standards and best practices in the area of Risk Analysis.
By The Open Group Cyber threats are becoming an increasingly critical issue for both companies and governments. The recent disclosure that the U.S. Office of
By The Open Group IT Risk Management is currently in a state of flux with many organizations today unsure not only how to best assess