Zachman - framework commonly associated with who, what, when, how, where and why of Information Security. Roles matched with the roles of planner, owner, designer, builder, programmer and user. Maps technology projects to business objectives
ISO/IEC 27001 - Concerned with the standardization of a computer's ISMS
COBIT - framework for security governance best practices
PCI-DSS - provides a framework for the secure processing, storage and transmission of card holder data.
ITIL - collection of best practices for IT Governance. Focuses on Service Strategic, Service Design, Service Transition, Service Operations and Continual Service Improvements
TOGAF- open framework seeking to provide common terms and methods that can be used to secure an organization. Provides design, planning, implementation, and governance modeled at four levels or domains. The levels are Business, Application, Data and Technology. The inclusion of an Architecture Development method (ADM) is important as it gives guidance on how to develop an enterprise architecture that meets the business and IT needs of a company.