Mon Sep 29 18:51:58 PDT 2014

Business modeling: What are the business functions and what information do they depend on for what?


Options:

Option 1: Use the simplistic model identified here to briefly describe the issues for the purposes of this effort.
Option 2: Use a model developed by the enterprise already.

Decision:

IF there is an enterprise information protection business model in use, THEN describe it here
OTHERWISE Use the simplistic model identified here to briefly describe the issues for the purposes of this effort.

Describe the information requirements of each item (or change the items) and the consequences of failure to protect IACUTRS for each.

ItemIntegrityAvailabilityConfidentialityUse controlAccountability Transparency Custody
People - - - - - - -
Things - - - - - - -
Sales - - - - - - -
Market - - - - - - -
Brand - - - - - - -
Process - - - - - - -
Workflow - - - - - - -
Results - - - - - - -
Resource - - - - - - -
Transform - - - - - - -
Value - - - - - - -
Supply - - - - - - -
Inventory - - - - - - -
Transportation - - - - - - -
AR/AP - - - - - - -
Collections - - - - - - -
Write-offs - - - - - - -
Infrastructure - - - - - - -
Services - - - - - - -
Users - - - - - - -
Cost - - - - - - -
Shrinkage - - - - - - -
Collapse - - - - - - -
The simplistic enterprise protection business model

Basis:

As a preliminary description, identify the key elements of enterprise success, their information requirements, and the consequences of failure to meet their information requirements, or use the model in use at the enterprise today. To the extent it is useful, apply the diagram here adding in appropriate details.

People
How does the business work?
Things
Sales Process Resource Supply AR/AP Infrastructure Cost
Market Workflow Transform Inventory Collections Services Shrinkage
Brand Results Value Transport Write-offs Users Collapse
Business processes modeled
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