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Developing a Semantic Mapping between TOGAF and BSI-IT-Grundschutz

  title={Developing a Semantic Mapping between TOGAF and BSI-IT-Grundschutz},
  author={Delin Mathew and Simon Hacks and Horst Lichter},
Enterprise Architecture Frameworks (EAFs) are being employed vastly within various organizations in recent years. Moreover, due to the high prevalence of information technology in the enterprises, Information Security (IS) was incorporated into the EAFs. Therefore, it gradually became important for the EAFs to conform to the IS standards such as the ISO and the BSI series. In this paper, we present a mapping of such an EAF, called The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF), to an IS standard… Expand
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