The Security Architecture View is a cross cutting view of an Enterprise Architecture Framework.

The best openly available example of a Security Architecture Framework is SABSA, which is a proven framework and methodology for Enterprise Security Architecture and Service Management that is based on the Zachman Framework :

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SABSA is used for a wide variety of Enterprise Security needs including Risk Management, Information Assurance, Governance, and Continuity Management.
Although copyright protected, SABSA is an open-use methodology, and is not a commercial product.

SABSA is described in the book  Enterprise Security Architecture (A Business Driven Approach) .


The SABSA Model comprises six layers based on the different rows in the Zachman Framework. Each layer represents the view of a different player in the process of specifying, designing, constructing and using the business system.