The view from the top of IT with TechWorld Editor Rohan Pearce
Chapter 1: The Role of Information Technology Architecture in Information Systems Design.
Chapter 2: Understanding Basic Concepts of Privacy and Data Protection.
Chapter 3: Defining and Enforcing Architecture.
Chapter 4: Combining External Forces, Internal Influences, and IT Assets.
Chapter 5: Simplifying the Security Matrix.
Chapter 6: Developing Directory-Based Access Control Strategies.
Chapter 7: Integrating the Critical Elements.
Chapter 8: Engineering Privacy Protection into Systems and Applications.
Chapter 9: The Value of Data Inventory and Data Labeling.
Chapter 10: Putting It All Together in the Web Applications Environment.
Chapter 11: Why Federated Identity Schemes Fail.
Chapter 12: A Pathway to Universal Two-Factor Authentication.
Appendix A: WWW Resources for Authentication, Authorization, and Access Control News and Information.
Appendix B: Important Access Control and Security Terms.
Appendix C: Critical Success Factors for Controls Design.
Appendix D: Sample Policy Statements for Compulsory Access and Security Controls.
Appendix E: Documentation Examples.
Appendix F: Sample Job Description for Directory Engineer/Schema Architect.