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Sample Visio Can your Business Analyst build this?

We are guessing not…. otherwise you would not be looking for this drawing…. This is nothing compared to what we have flowed out.

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IPSO – Enable / Disable Voyager

Posted in Networking (340),Security (1500) by Guest on the February 27th, 2012

To enable and disable the voyager please see below,

To enable

ipso[admin]#clish
NokiaIP390:102> set voyager daemon-enable t
NokiaIP390:103> save config
NokiaIP390:104> exit

To disable

ipso[admin]#clish
NokiaIP390:102> set voyager daemon-enable f
NokiaIP390:103> save config
NokiaIP390:104> exit

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Sample Visio – Cool Visio Shapes We Have Built

Posted in Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the February 26th, 2012

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PowerPoint – Healthcare 360 – Excellent

Posted in Compliances (1300),Security (1500) by Guest on the February 26th, 2012

I downloaded this from somewhere and could not find the link otherwise I would reference the link.

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Sample Visio – Technology Services Infrastructure Components

Posted in Compliances (1300),Networking (340),Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the February 25th, 2012
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Sample MindMap – Information Lifecycle Management Considerations

Posted in Mindmap (100) by Guest on the February 23rd, 2012

Information Lifecycle Management needs to be taken into consideration regardless of the service type or function of the system (Content Management, Document Management, Knowledge Management or Records Management) in which the digital object residess.

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Information Lifecycle Management

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Windows Level Certification Checklist

Posted in Compliances (1300),O S (375),Security (1500) by Guest on the February 23rd, 2012

Window policy information for Account Information

[ ] List Groups and Their Users

[ ] List Users and Their Groups

[ ] List Users and Their Rights

[ ] List Users With Admin Privilege

[ ] List Locked Out Accounts

[ ] List Disabled Accounts

[ ] List Expired Accounts

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Window policy information for Account Integrity

[x] Backup Files/Directories

[x] Change System Time

[x] Audit/Security Log

[x] Restore File/Directories

[x] Shut Down System

[x] Ownership Files/Objects

[x] Advanced User Rights

[ ] Full Name/Description

[x] Rename Admin Account

[x] Rename Guest Account

[x] Disallow Guest Account Logon

[x] Disallow Guest Network Access

[x] List Groups to Which the Guest Account Belongs

[x] List Non-Standard Priv Accts

[ ] List User Rights for Accts

[ ] List Accts w/o Time Restricts

[x] List Dormant Accounts

[ ] List Accts w/o w/s Restricts

[x] List Accounts That Never Expire

Window policy information for Login Parameters

[x] Account Lockout Enabled

[x] Lockout Time

[x] Time Before Bad Logon Counter Is Reset

[x] Forcibly Disconnect Users When Logon Hours Expire

[x] Display Legal Notice During Logon

[ ] Hide Last User ID from Logon Dialog Box

[ ] Do Not Allow Shutdown from Logon Dialog Box

[x] Autologon Is Disabled

Window policy information for Network Integrity

[x] List Trusted Domains

[ ] List Local groups

[x] List Shared Directories

[x] List Shared Directories Giving Full Access to Everyone

[ ] List Shared Printers

[x] TCP/IP Security

[ ] Allocate Floppies Upon Login

[ ] Allocate CD-Roms Upon Login

[x] RAS Disabled

[ ] RAS Require Callback Set by User on All Accounts

[ ] RAS Require Callback to Preset Number on All Accounts

[ ] RAS NetBIOS Gateway Disabled

[ ] RAS Encrypted Password

[ ] RAS Authentication Retries

[ ] RAS Authentication Time Limit

[ ] RAS NetBIOS Auditing

[ ] RAS Auditing

[ ] RAS Encrypted Data

 

Window policy information for Password Strength

[x] Minimum Password Length 12 – administrator, 8 – user

[x] Accounts w/o Passwords

[x] Password = Username

[x] Password = Any Username

[ ] Password = Wordlist Word – English Large, ntcrack

[ ] Reverse Order

[ ] Double Occurrences

[ ] Plural Forms

[ ] Add Prefix

[ ] Add Suffix

[x] User Change Password

[x] Password Must Expire

[x] Maximum Password Age – Days until expiration [ 30 ]

[x] Minimum Password Age – Days until change is allowed [ 30 ]

[x] Password Uniqueness – Number of passwords to remember [ 4 ]

 

Window policy information for System Auditing

 [x] Security Events Success Auditing

                User and Group Management

      Security Policy Changes

      Restart, Shutdown, System

[x] Security Events Failure Auditing

      Logon and Logoff

      File and Object Access

      Use of User Rights

      User and Group Management

      Security Policy Changes

      Restart, Shutdown, System

[x] Security Events Do Not Overwrite Security Log

[ ] System Halts When Security Log Full

[x] Security Event Log Size

[ ] Days Until Security Events Are Overwritten – Days [ 30 ]

[ ] Audit Backup Rights Usage

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Visio Sample – Human Resouce (HR) Procedures Interaction mapping

Posted in Compliances (1300),Security (1500),Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the February 23rd, 2012

If you need to ask you don’t need this sample drawing.

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Procedures Interaction mapping

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Sample Visio – Active Direcotry Architecture Sample

Posted in Compliances (1300),O S (375),Security (1500),Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the February 23rd, 2012
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Web Administration Sample Titles and Roles

Posted in Compliances (1300),Security (1500),Web Services (250) by Guest on the February 21st, 2012

Overview

Sample Web server (Content Providers) and administrative Roles and Responsibilities
Due to the nature of the Web Administrators and Content Providers roles, they sometimes need guidance to assure there is no confusion as to who is ultimately responsible for each task associated with the creation and/or maintenance of web sites.  Therefore to clarify the roles, we have defined the following four types of web-related positions:  Functional Web Coordinator, Functional Web Content Provider, Webmaster / Web Team Leader, and Web Administrator.   The roles and responsibilities of each of these positions are described below.  Both Audit and Management Services currently follow the Functional Web Coordinator position responsibilities for maintaining their webs.  The Web Administration Team oversees the Functional Web Coordinator duties for those functions. 

Functional Web Coordinator
Functional Web Coordinators are staff members from the various corporate departments. Functional Web Coordinators are generally responsible for the overall development and maintenance of web sites belonging to these departments. Duties include designing and maintaining the content of the functional web site home page and overseeing the design and maintenance of all functional sub-webs created by their respective Functional Web Content Providers (FWCP). 
Specifically, Functional Web Coordinators are responsible for:

  1. Communications with functional management on design and implementation of their web sites,
  2. Liaisons with the Corporate Webmaster on oversight and web site approval issues,
  3. Formally requesting Functional Web Content Provider access to the web servers,
  4. Requesting web team reviews of newly designed functional webs,
  5. Ensuring that functional content meets design standards and that the content is continually current,
  6. Ensuring that functional sub-webs are active and operational; and,
  7. Ensuring that requests from both the Webmaster and Web Administrators are completed timely by the Functional Web Content Providers.

Functional Web Content Provider
Functional Web Content Providers in the department are responsible for the design of their function’s sub-webs, for designing all associated content, and for ensuring that all content is current and operational. 
Specifically, Functional Web Content Providers are responsible for:

  1. Designing all sub-web hypertext markup language (HTML) pages and other content,
  2. Ensuring that all sub-webs are active and contain only current information,
  3. Ensuring that their web pages meet standard design guidelines,
  4. Ensuring that content is posted to the web server timely,
  5. Communicating design and/or site operation problems to their Functional Coordinator and to the Webmaster,
  6. Submitting helpdesk requests for assistance with web-related problems; and,
  7. Performing site and web page edits/reconfigurations as deemed necessary by the Web Administrators to ensure operability of corporate sites.

Webmaster / Web Team Leader
In general the Webmaster manages both the Corporate Internet and Intranet web sites and heads the Web Administration Team.  The Webmaster is ultimately responsible for ensuring that the webs are continually current and operational.  The Webmaster is also responsible for performing both general systems and web administrative duties.

Additionally, as the Web Team Leader, the Webmaster is responsible for the development and maintenance of all Internet Explorer configuration programming, for ensuring the completion of all web team projects, for the development and training of web team members, and for ensuring the efficient resolution of web-related helpdesk tickets.  The Webmaster is also personally responsible for the content of several sub-webs of the Corporate Intranet site.

Specifically the Webmaster responsibilities include:  

  1. Editorial responsibility for the overall content, quality and style of all Corporate sites, 
  2. Interacting with Corporate staff personnel regarding all Internet and Intranet issues,
  3. Liaison between the Technology Services Department and the web team,
  4. Prioritizing the workload of the web team and issuing team assignments,
  5. Optimizing the web architecture for navigability,
  6. Mediating between Functional Web Content Providers and Web Administrators and providing oversight for functional and sub-web design,
  7. Ensuring that Corporate web sites meet security standards for software and hardware,
  8. Reviewing security bulletins, testing patches, and installing fixes as deemed necessary and coordinating all such work with the Information Security Officer and the Technology Services Department,
  9. Creating and maintaining web pages for Corporate Intranet home page,
  10. Finding, creating and installing tools to create web content and to manage the administration of the web servers,
  11. Developing and enforcing standards for Corporate web site design,
  12. Providing first level user support,
  13. Creating and issuing procedures to the Technology Services Department / Help Desk, needed to correct web access problems and browser problems,
  14. Coordinating software and system changes with the Technology Services Department,
  15. Assigning web-related Help Desk tickets to team members and ensuring the timely completion of the tickets,
  16. Developing funding requests for hardware, software, and administrator training; and,
  17. Performing research to ensure that corporate web sites meet all corporate standards and guidelines.

Web Administrator
Web Administrators are members of the web team who are responsible for the operating system and web administration of all web-related resources and for ensuring their operability.  These responsibilities generally include the maintenance, implementation, and documentation of all hardware and software used on the web development and production machines.  Maintenance duties include ensuring that servers are operational at all times, that software upgrades are tested and implemented correctly, that user access is provided continually and efficiently, that server back-ups are made timely, and that the production web servers and related SQL servers are mirrored continuously.  Administrative duties include trouble-shooting the operating system, telecomm, proxy, and firewall web-related problems while coordinating work with other administrators to correct system problems effectively.  Furthermore, Web Administrators are responsible for ensuring that web-related helpdesk tickets are completed timely and correctly.

Web Administrators are also responsible for providing oversight and support to Functional Web Coordinators and Functional Web Content Providers (FWCP) in site development, web page design, and web site maintenance.  These duties include trouble-shooting Front Page software and design problems, debugging HTML code, ensuring conformance with design guidelines, and proactively providing FWCPs with reviews of their sites to enhance performance and availability.

Additionally, these Administrators are responsible for the authoring and content maintenance of specific Corporate and Internet sub-webs.  Internet-specific administration duties require web team members to re-format FWCP content based on Treasury-mandated requirements before issuance to our public site.  Team members are responsible for reviewing Webmaster e-mail received from this site and for taking appropriate actions based on the public’s responses and requests for Corporate information
Specifically, Web Administrators are responsible for:

  1. Ensuring web server and staging server access for Content Providers,
  2. Trouble-shooting Internet and Intranet access problems on web resources,
  3. Liaisons with Treasury counterparts for internet-related work,
  4. Formatting and forwarding to other team members, functional Internet web pages and other content,
  5. Reviewing Intranet and Internet functional webs and sub-webs to ensure usability and effectiveness of sites and HTML pages,
  6. Documenting administration activities, system information, etc,
  7. Installing security patches, software updates and hardware upgrades,
  8. Developing web enabled tools to ensure effectiveness of our sites,
  9. Testing web-related software upgrades and implementing changes efficiently,
  10. Ensuring the mirroring of web servers and related SQL production servers,
  11. Proactively providing Functional Content Providers with reviews of their sites to suggest ways to enhance performance and functionality of sites,
  12. Reviewing Webmaster e-mail received from the Internet for taking appropriate actions based on the public’s responses and requests for corporate information,
  13. Providing oversight and guidance to Functional Web Coordinators and Functional Web Content Providers as needed for site design and content maintenance,
  14. Interacting with Customer Service personnel as needed to correct web access problems; and,
  15. Performing research to ensure that all corporate systems and software are current and that maintenance is performed timely.

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Sample Visio – Firewall Websense

Posted in Firewalls (75),Security (1500),Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the February 20th, 2012

High Level Firewall Websense System Configuration design.

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Firewall Websense

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Sample – Desktop Computer Physical Security Considerations

Posted in Security (1500) by Guest on the February 20th, 2012

Issue: Security of Computers and CPU cases and the prevention of memory (RAM) loss / theft. 

Recommendations: While no single method of securing a computer or other peripheral equipment is fool proof, the following procedures and products will, to varying degrees, prevent or discourage casual theft attempts. The more inconvenient it becomes to tamper with or remove a computer, the less likely theft will occur. 

Lock and Key
Most PCs today are shipped with a case locking mechanism. PCs so equipped should be secured and the key secured separately from the computer (not left in the lock). 

Cable
Some PCs come with pre-drilled holes for using an aftermarket cable. Cables can be purchased in most computer stores or through a variety of computer mail-order catalogs. These are often effective for preventing computer theft, but do not prevent opening of the CPU for removal of memory (RAM) chips.

Cables that are screw mounted to a computer using existing screws and a pass through a shielded bracket that covers the screw are also available. This prevents removal of the screw without first unlocking and removing the cable. For individuals that already have a PC secured with a cable, the shielded bracket can be purchased separately. 

Padlocks are an inexpensive alternative to cable for securing a CPU case that has been pre-drilled for a cable. While this will not prevent the theft of the CPU itself, it may prevent opening the CPU case. 

Tamper Proof Screws
A variety of tamper proof screws of appropriate size to replace one or several existing CPU case screws are available from some hardware or specialty tool companies. These screws come in a variety of head styles and matching tools. Most screws and all tools must be special ordered, usually from an industrial or specialty tool company. Again, this will not prevent the theft of the CPU itself, but may prevent opening the CPU case.

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Sample Visio – Simple Enterprise Business Directives

Posted in Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the February 19th, 2012

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Great reference: NAT & Private IP Address Ranges

Posted in Application (380),Compliances (1300),Networking (340) by Guest on the February 18th, 2012
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Business Service Management

Posted in Business (600),Networking (340),Security (1500) by Guest on the February 18th, 2012

Visual representation of the dependencies between business processes, business applications and the IT infrastructure.

Reduced downtime and shorter problem resolution time because IT support focuses on solving the correct, high priority, business-relevant issues.

Operational efficiency because operators can use a single console for viewing the status of business services as well as for displaying IT infrastructure views.

Business service views can be customized and enabled for viewing by business users, thus giving the line of business a better understanding of how the IT infrastructure is performing.

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Sample Visio – VIO Architecture Traffic Flows

Posted in Security (1500),Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the February 18th, 2012
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Sample Visio – ERP Service Portal Drawing

Posted in Application (380),Business (600),Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the February 18th, 2012

High level ERP Service Portal.

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ERP Servivce Portal Drawing

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Sample Visio – Software Parametric Estimations considerations

Posted in Application (380),Visio Samples - Stencils (457),Web Services (250) by Guest on the February 18th, 2012

High Level – Software Parametric Estimations

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Software Parametric Estimations

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Sample Visio – Control System Safety Requirements drawing

Posted in Security (1500),Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the February 18th, 2012

Control Safety considerations.

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Control System Safety Requirements drawing

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Sample Visio – Simple Spam Network Edge drawing

Posted in eMail (66),Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the February 18th, 2012

Simple drawing how a spam remediation at the gateway might reduce the spam impact on your organization.

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Simple Spam Network Edge drawing

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Sample Visio – UML Sales Process Flows diagram part 2

Posted in Visio Samples - Stencils (457),Web Services (250) by Guest on the February 18th, 2012

 ERP – CRM

Simple high level UML Sales Process Flows.

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UML Sales Process Flows diagram part 2

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Sample Visio – UML Sales Process Flows diagram

Posted in Visio Samples - Stencils (457),Web Services (250) by Guest on the February 18th, 2012

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Simple high level UML Sales Process Flows.

UML Sales Process Flows diagram

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Sample Visio – IIS6 / 7 – Apache Policy Architecture

Posted in Application (380),Visio Samples - Stencils (457),Web Services (250) by Guest on the February 18th, 2012

High Level Siteminder architecture drawing.

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IIS6 / 7 – Apache Policy Architecture

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Sample Visio – SharePoint, MOSS Collaboration Portal Design Example

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We are one of the best qualify / top documentation sites on the Internet and we hope you agree?

This drawing represents what a site could look like from a business a technical perspective.

You see flows,  interactions, grouping and dependencies.

If we can flow this out imagine what we can do for your business.

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Collaboration Portal Design

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Sample Visio – Simple Application upstream / downstream flow and interactions

Posted in Application (380),Projects (400),Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the February 17th, 2012

This Sample drawing demonstrates how IT Applications should be documented. Systems, Databases flows and dependencies are important for Testing, Development, Support, reliabliity and auditing.

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Application and flows

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