Search for dissertations about: "organisationsövergripande arkitektur"

Found 2 swedish dissertations containing the words organisationsövergripande arkitektur.

  1. 1. A Framework and Calculation Engine for Modeling and Predicting the Cyber Security of Enterprise Architectures

    University dissertation from Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology

    Author : Hannes Holm; Mathias Ekstedt; Robert Lagerström; Göran Ericsson; Ketil Stølen; [2014]
    Keywords : NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; Computer security; security metrics; vulnerability assessment; attack graphs; risk management; architecture modeling; Enterprise Architecture; Cybersäkerhet; säkerhetsmetriker; sårbarhetsanalys; attackgrafer; riskhantering; arkitekturmodellering; organisationsövergripande arkitektur;

    Abstract : Information Technology (IT) is a cornerstone of our modern society and essential for governments' management of public services, economic growth and national security. Consequently, it is of importance that IT systems are kept in a dependable and secure state. READ MORE

  2. 2. Analysis of enterprise IT service availability Enterprise architecture modeling for assessment, prediction, and decision-making

    University dissertation from Stockholm : KTH Royal Institute of Technology

    Author : Ulrik Franke; Pontus Johnson; Lars Nordström; Göran Ericsson; João Paulo A. Almeida; [2012]
    Keywords : NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; Service Level Agreement; outage costs; Enterprise Architecture; enterprise IT service availability; decision-making; metamodeling; Enterprise Architecture analysis; Bayesian networks; fault trees; Predictive Probabilistic Architecture Modeling Framework; Service Level Agreement; nertidskostnader; Enterprise Architecture; tillgänglighet hos IT-tjänster; beslutsfattande; metamodellering; arkitekturanalys; bayesianska nätverk; felträd; Predictive Probabilistic Architecture Modeling Framework;

    Abstract : Information technology has become increasingly important to individuals and organizations alike. Not only does IT allow us to do what we always did faster and more effectively, but it also allows us to do new things, organize ourselves differently, and work in ways previously unimaginable. READ MORE