On this page we will list all the articles others or we have written about the SOMAP.org project or one of our sub projects.
Russ McRee has written an article for his toolsmith column which is featured in the ISSA Journal. The article is about the SOMAP.org project and describes the SOBF Tool, the ORIMOR and our other projects.
We have written an article (in German only) about Open-Source-Sicherheitsmanagement Kosten- und Nutzenfaktoren bei Verwendung von Open Source im Bereich des Information Security Risk Management am Beispiel von SOMAP.org (Open source security management and the costs/benefits of the usage of open source in the field of information security risk management considering as example the SOMAP.org).
Unfortunately there is no version readable online. If you are interested to read the article, we still have a few magazines left. Please drop us a note for a copy.
Paul Gillingwater of the CSO Lanifex GmbH did a presentation about Risk Management techniques and tools. The presentation was held at a Security Forum in Austria. Paul mentions SOMAP.org, the SOBF tool, the Guide and the Handbook.
Leonardo F. Rosso did a presentation about SOMAP.org which he presented at the WhyFLOSS conference in 2007.
Cryptex is a blog dedicated to the stury of Information Security, ISO 27001, computer security audits. It has a reference to our project.
There is a reference to SOMAP.org in an article over at the Secureworld Expo News website. The article is about "Open Standards and Information Risk" and mentions SOMAP.org, the SOBF Tool and the ORIMOR.
The Security Catalyst has a blog entry about the SOMAP.org project.
The Notice Bored Blog has an entry about the SOMAP.org Handbook and the project in general.
The Chakraborty Information Security Blog has an entry about the SOMAP.org project.
This website mentions our Open Information Security Risk Management Handbook.
This blog has a short entry about SOMAP.org.
Security Samizdat has a list of Open Source Information Security Management Tools and Documents. The list features our Handbook and our Guide.
Marko Eskola has some nice words about the SOBF Tool on his blog. Unfortunately it is written in Finnish. It says that the SOBF Tool looks professional and that there were some problems with running the SOBF Tool on Java but that this is a problem of Ubuntu (which he solved). Please tell us if we got something wrong there.