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2.8 References

BSA03: Business Software Alliance, Information Security Governance: Toward a Framework for Action. 2003. https://www.entrust.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/ITgovtaskforce.pdf

CGTF04: Corporate Governance Task Force, Information Security Governance: A Call to Action. U.S. Department of Homeland Security, 2004.

EAPA17: The EA Pad. Basic Elements of Federal Enterprise Architecture. https://eapad.dk/gov/us/common-approach/basic-elements-of-federal-enterprise-architecture/

HAYD08a: Haydamack, C., “Strategic Planning Processes for Information Technology,” BPTrends, September 2008.

HAYD08b: Haydamack, C., & Johnson, S., Aligning IT with Business Goals Through Strategic Planning. Intel Information Technology White Paper, December 2008.

ISAC08: ISACA, Defining Information Security Management Position Requirements: Guidance for Executives and Managers. 2008. www.isaca.org

ITGI06: IT Governance Institute, Information Security Governance Guidance for Boards of Directors and Executive Management. 2006. http://www.isaca.org/Knowledge-Center/Research/ResearchDeliverables/Pages/Information-Security-Governance-Guidance-for-Boards-of-Directors-and-Executive-Management-2nd-Edition.aspx

JOHN09: Johnston, A., & Hale, R., “Improved Security Through Information Security Governance.” Communications of the ACM, January 2009.

JUIZ15: Juiz, C., & Toomey, M., “To Govern IT, or Not to Govern IT?” Communications of the ACM, February 2015.

OHKI09: Ohki, E., et al., “Information Security Governance Framework.” First ACM Workshop on Information Security Governance (WISG), November 2009.

OMB13: Office of Management and Budget, Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework. 2013.

PETE12: Peters, C., & Schuman, B., Achieving Intel’s Strategic Goals with IT. Intel Information Technology White Paper, February 2012.

SESS07: Sessions, R., “A Comparison of the Top Four Enterprise-Architecture Methodologies.” Microsoft Developer Network, May 2007. http://www3.cis.gsu.edu/dtruex/courses/CIS8090/2013Articles/A%20Comparison%20of%20the%20Top%20Four%20Enterprise-Architecture%20Methodologies.html

SGM17: Strategic Management Group, Strategic Planning Basics. http://www.strategymanage.com/strategic-planning-basics/retrieved April 6, 2017.

TOG11: The Open Group, The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF). 2011. http://www.opengroup.org/subjectareas/enterprise/togaf

ZIA15: Zia, T., “Organisations Capability and Aptitude Towards IT Security Governance.” 2015 5th International Conference on IT Convergence and Security (ICITCS), August 2015.

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