The security architecture working group (SAWG) is providing a platform for security architects in Melbourne to meet peers and exchange ideas to improve their security architecture delivery capabilities.
Meetings are organised by the ISACA Melbourne Chapter, the venue is sponsored by KPMG, and sessions are usually facilitated by Andreas Dannert, Research Director of the ISACA Melbourne Chapter and Enterprise Security Architect at nbn.
Attendees are encouraged to bring an open mind and willingness to share their experiences in order for everyone to get value out of these sessions.
Session Topic: Security Architecture Development in Agile Environments
For our September session we will be revisiting a topic that warrants more than one session. We will be looking at the challenge of developing a Security Architecture in an Agile Environment. While agile development is certainly a requirement in a lot of corporate environments it poses its particular challenges when it comes to aligning it with a more rigid security architecture function. In this session we want to look at a case study and the implications of Agile for Security Architecture development. We will explore the issues, how to overcome them and what benefits we could gain from better alignining developing security architecture to agile environments or such that claim to be agile.
Chatham House Rules
All working group sessions are held under “Chatham House Rules“. Please be mindful of this when attending the meetings.
Meeting Details – NEW VENUE!
- The working group meeting will take place at the KPMG office on 727 Collins Street, Melbourne. Please come to level 36 reception, which can guide you to the allocated room.
- The meeting will be start at 12pm sharp. Please make sure you arrive at the venue a few minutes prior, in order for the meeting to commence on time.
- Registration for this session is essential and open to everyone. Ideally you will only attend if you are working in the Security Architecture space and are prepared to actively participate in these sessions. While we try to limit attendance to 15-20 people we might be able to accommodate up to 25.
- 26 September 2018
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm