The Open Group, the vendor-neutral technology standards consortium, is hosting its upcoming event in Singapore, October 29 – November 1, 2018. The Open Group Singapore 2018 will bring together vendors and end user organizations to discuss the development of standards-based and interoperable architecture. The event will focus not only on emerging digital technologies, but also on the standards, architectures and business frameworks that support and enable the transition to and implementation of the modern Digital Enterprise.
Organization leaders know they need cybersecurity, but 2017 has driven that point home with special force. Intelligence Agencies have shown that even the most secure targets are vulnerable, and the rapid proliferation of ransomware has demonstrated that damage can be crippling and come without warning.
The Security Architecture Practitioner’s Initiative is a joint effort of The Open Group Security Forum (a global thought leader in Enterprise Architecture) and The SABSA Institute (a global thought leader in Security Architecture) to articulate in a clear, approachable way the characteristics of a highly-qualified Security Architect.
The ability to manage calculations and make more accurate predictions about uncertainty for risk management is now accessible to anyone with a common spreadsheet through the use of the open SIPMath™ Standard, which allows users to perform arithmetic on uncertainties for better outcomes.
The Open Group hosted over 300 attendees from 17 countries July 17 – 20 for the ‘Making Standards Work® e-Government’ event at the Shaw Centre in Canada’s beautiful capital city, Ottawa. It was a wonderful time to be in the country as Canada is celebrating its 150th anniversary!
The Open Group Security Forum has published two recent white papers that will be of interest to Open FAIR users, and Risk Management professionals generally.
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 risk but also how to place it within the context of their business. Ben Tomhave, … Continue reading →
By Jim Hietala, VP, Business Development & Security, The Open Group Last fall, The Open Group Security Forum fielded its first IT Risk Management Survey in conjunction with the Society of Information Risk Analysts (SIRA) and CXOWARE The purpose of … Continue reading →
By Jim Hietala, Vice President, Business Development & Security, The Open Group The Internet of Things (IoT) is a fast evolving phenomenon. From smartphones and tablets to connected cars and industrial control systems, the number of IoT devices is continuing … Continue reading →
The Open Group, the global vendor-neutral IT consortium, is hosting its latest event in Madrid April 20 – 23 2015. The event is set to build on the success of previous events and focus on the challenge of building a … Continue reading →
Following is a transcript of part of the proceedings from The Open Group San Diego 2015 in February. The following presentations and panel discussion, which together examine the need and outlook for Cybersecurity standards amid supply chains, are provided by … Continue reading →
By Jim Hietala, VP, Security and Andrew Josey, Director of Standards, The Open Group This is the second in our blog series introducing the Open FAIR Body of Knowledge. In this blog, we provide 5 reasons why you should use … Continue reading →
By Jim Hietala, VP, Security and Andrew Josey, Director of Standards, The Open Group This is the first in a four-part series of blogs introducing the Open FAIR Body of Knowledge. In this first blog. we look at what the … Continue reading →